Noah Body


Human Family - Butterfly Cinquain


Journey
Beyond the me
To union, let it be
Brother, sister, future you see?
The we
Each of us a leaf on the tree
Tied in real unity
Now can you see?
Family

Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Topic(s): cinquain


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  • Luis Estable (6/18/2014 7:20:00 PM)

    I`m not familiar with the cinquain, so I won`t get into details here for I don`t know the form, but it seems to me that you accomplished what you set out to do and for the most part the poem succeeds.

    I would have liked more wriitng along with the word future to inrich the language, but this is nit a serious case.

    Thank you for wriitng!

    Luis A. Estable (Report) Reply

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