Theme Villanelles! This Should Work!

Try your hand at the 19-line form built on just two rhymes, the form in which lines 1 and 3 are repeated at intervals until they form the closing couplet of the poem. See Dylan Thomas's "Do Not Go Gentle," Elizabeth Bishop's "One Art," and Theodore Roethke's "The Waking" for famous examples of villanelles.



Ala Miriam

24 years old

My dream by Ala Miriam


My dream

I dream because I was told to dream
But now am afraid that my dream might now be shaky.

I dream because I was told to dream
But now am afraid I found another.

Am on two way junction but I will ask for his intervention
So am afraid this dream might not be mine
Then I ask myself "what is my dream? It seems am lost?

I need to find my way
I dream because I was told to dream




Poetry By Ala Miriam
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Written 2017-12-11 13:23

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one trick pony The PoetBay support member heart!
Very nice, I enjoy your dreamy world.
2017-12-11


ken d williams The PoetBay support member heart!
Welcome to poetbay, Ala Miriam. Dreams - are but our mind haveing - our own vidio player!
Ken
2017-12-11

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