Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -151


Ennui(Balassi Stanza)

The Balassi Stanza is:
stanzaic, written as a line which can be broken into a tercet at the rhyme. Any number of lines or tercets may be written.
syllabic, a line of 19 syllables which can be broken into a tercet of 6-6-7 syllables per line.
rhymed, internal rhyme at the 6th and 12th syllables and the end rhyme of the line is the end rhyme of subsequent lines. When broken into tercets, the rhyme scheme is bbA ccA ddA etc.


Ennui

They come they go the years
Immixed with woes tnd cheers
A monotone repeated
And summer is summer
Cold winter is winter
Changeless cycles repeated
My birth, my growth, my death
And what not else on this earth
A monotone repeated


or


Ennui

They Come They Go The Years Immixed with woes and cheers A monotone repeated
And summer is summer Cold winter is winterChangeless cycles repeated
My birth, my groth, my deathAnd what not else on this earth A monotone repeated

Submitted: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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