Dorian Petersen Potter
Autumn Blessings (Sacred Heart)
Feel chill in the******Air everywhere
Fall is wonderful***** you can have much fun
And in so many ways is different from
The other three seasons and theres just none
Like fall you can see the trees changing
Colours as they show beautiful hues
Sometimes you can smell cinnamon
Which lingers on the air with
Pumpkin pie in the mix
Children have fun
Play with leaves
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
'Sacred Heart' is a poetry style created by
Dorian Petersen Potter, on September 17,2010.
It consists of 13 lines in total.
Line 1: 4 syllables/6 spaces/4 syllable.
Line 2: 5 syllables/5 spaces/5 syllables.
Then from lines 3 to 11 is:
Rhyme is optional
This form has to be center aligned to
show the heart shape.
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