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Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -185


On That Tall Tree(Four syllable verse)

Four Syllable Verse is:
stanzaic written in 3 quatrains.
syllabic, lines of 4 syllables each.
rhymed, rhyme scheme aaxa bbcc cdcd.

On That Tall Tree

On that tall tree
Crows crowd and see
If heaven drops
Food for them free

Down on the road
Fighters scream gored
Fleshy chops fly
Skyward so high

Chanced the crows fly
Up and down fast
Catch the flesh nigh
Somewhat aghast

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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