Romance Poetry posted August 12, 2017 Chapters:  ...59 60 -61- 62... 

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...a Whitney of Love

A chapter in the book My Book of Poems

Night Work

by Mustangpatty1029

Big blue eyes
Strong loving hands
Gentle touch
Brings me alive
Makes my name
sound like sunrise
Rumpled sheets tell the night's tale

Love Poem Poetry Contest contest entry


Whitney Poetry is also known as an American Asian Poem. This is a syllabic form, created by Betty Ann Whitney. It has exactly seven lines. Syllable pattern: 3, 4, 3, 4, 3, 4, 7 and no rhyme is required but acceptable if desired.

A Whitney is written as follows
The first line has three syllables
The second line has four syllables
The third line has three syllables
The fourth line has four syllables
The fifth line has three syllables
The sixth line has four syllables
The seventh line has seven syllables

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