Wednesday, November 28, 2012

"Dawn" (The Harrisham Rhyme Poem)

A writing prompt from Poetic Bloomings:

The Harrisham Rhyme was created by Harrisham Minhas, of Punjab, India. It consists of one six-line rhyming stanza.  In this form, the last letter of the first word of each line becomes the first letter of the first word of the next line.
Rhyme scheme : ababab.


In adoration we watch the sun rise
Nevertheless the ethereal hue
So briskly fades before our very eyes
Oh way too soon the blinding light collects its due
Humbled we accept the blessing in disguise
Dawning of the everlasting true

Live for the Love of it,
The Happy Amateur

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