Nibor

NIBOR  a form invented by Robin Richardson Jr.,aka Sector-Hunter on allpoetry.com.

A Nibor is a poem of 10 stanzas

1.The first 3 stanzas are in lines of 3 and are set up in a syllable count 3/4/3
2.The next 3 stanzas are set in lines of 4 and go 5/6/5/6
3.The next 3 stanzas are in lines of 3 and are set up in a syllable count 3/4/3
4.The last stanza  in the poem is a single line and has to rhyme with the first line in the previous stanza it can be as long or short as you want as long as it rhymes

Example Poem

A Nibor
is a bank rate
of exchange

in Norway.
It is also
poetry.

Invented
here, on A. P.
by our own.

Its requirements are
that you know how to count
and limit yourself
by lines within stanzas.

Also you must use
a specific number
of syllables in
each particular line.

Three tercets to start.
Followed by three quatrains.
Three tercets to end-
almost; there’s one more line.

It is its
stanza alone.
and must rhyme.

Restrictions
to free-form with
no reward.

You need not
even know what
meter is.

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