Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) - 163


This young woman is sweet like her sweet kid-
Sweet colour, sweet smile, sweet talks all amid
Toiling morning of kid getting to school-
Like the late sun from behind the clouds cool
Peeking from the blanket the waking kid
Just delaying, dragging time to forbid-

Think of that mom's utmost force with no skid
Herself to get to office and the kid
In tact on time be dropped well fed at school
Whilst simply watching her the dad so cool

Submitted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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Symbol Woman-2(Sonnetina Quatro)


SonnetinaQuatro consists of a sestet and a quatrain and as there is a variety of sestets that can be used and similarly quatrains, this gives a considerable permutation of form.No meter is stated, but eight or ten syllables is normal.
Sestet with a Quatrain
6 x 4
Any meter

Symbol Woman-2

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