Round the world ~ an englyn cyrch

Round the world and back again
I felt unique, I'd found fame
and a million stories
to forever please my name

I came home only to find
million souls just like mine
with dreams and hopes still afloat
on paper boats of sunshine

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Mindfills for Eugi’s weekly prompt – round the world

Poetry form – The Englyn cyrch is a Welsh form, and one of several “englyn” forms. It has the following guidelines:

  • poem comprised of quatrains (from one quatrain to infinity) or 4-line stanzas
  • 7 syllables per line
  • lines 1, 2, and 4 end rhyme with each other
  • line 3 rhymes with a syllable somewhere in the middle of the 4th line

you and I ~ a trimeric

look into my eyes 
turn the pages of my mind
watch the words tessellate
you and I

turn the pages of my mind
celebrate the poetry
rhyming our lives

watch the words tessellate
sync our worlds in song
Oh the lyrics feel just right

you and I
keep making up stories
in each other's eyes

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Mindfills for
dVerse poetry form ~ Trimeric, hosted by Grace
Reena’s exploration challenge
Eugi’s weekly prompt ~ celebration

1. Trimeric has 4 stanzas
2. The first stanza has 4 lines
3. The other three stanzas have 3 lines each
4. The first line of each stanza is a refrain of the corresponding line in the first stanza (so 2nd stanza starts with the second line, third stanza starts with the third line, etc.).
5. The sequence of lines, then, is abcd, b – -, c – -, d – -. 

No other rules on line length, meter, or rhyme.