Shoe Laces

This is a spontaneous form created by Michael Fantina, aka Eusebius on Allpoetry.  Note: he thinks it silly to give it a name, and did not instigate this action.  He is too busy being a real poet.  It was named by Doubletake, who like the way the end crosses.
It is a syllabic 11 line poem
It alternates iambic feet of 4 and one
Rhyme pattern: abbacddceff
A brevity form.
My Example Poem
 
Unfettered
I  long  for  your  return  to  me, 
       I  do; 
for  my  tranquility  needs  you, 
       you  see. 
Your  absence  leaves  me  feeling  lost.
       You  know 
you’re  always  free  to  come  and  go. 
       The  cost 
of  bondage  you  would  never  bear,
       I  fear 
when  morning  comes  you  won’t  be  here.
 
© Lawrencealot – November 17, 2013
 
 
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