Fantasy Poetry posted January 13, 2011


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Enticing the Man in the Moon...

Dancing to a Nightingale's Tune

by seewhatimwritingnow

Dancing to a nightingale's tune
Under a black velvet sky
Enticing the man in the moon
Who smiles while winking his eye

Under a black velvet sky
Skirts twirling to please him above
Who smiles while winking his eye
While speaking soft words of love

Skirts twirling to please him above
I seductively dance just for him
While speaking soft words of love
He watches as gaily I spin

I seductively dance just for him
Enticing the man in the moon
He watches as gaily I spin
Dancing to a nighingale's tune



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The 'Pantoum Poem' is a series of quatrains with ABAB rhyming patterns. Each quatrain introduces a new rhyme--e.g. BCBC, CDCD.

The lines should go as follows:

Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4

Line 5 [repeat of line 2]
Line 6
Line 7 [repeat of line 4]
Line 8

The poem can have as many stanzas as you wish.
The last stanza should go as follows:

Line 2 of previous stanza
Line 3 of first stanza
Line 4 of previous stanza
Line 1 of first stanza

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