Shadorma is a 6 lined poem (sestet) of Spanish descent with no set rhyme scheme. The shadorma is a syllabic poem with the following structure: 3/5/3/3/7/5.
1.Write line one with three syllables
2.Write line two with five syllables
3.Write line three with three syllables
4.Write line four with three syllables
5.Write line five with seven syllables
6.Write line six with five syllables
I wrote two: one a rewrite of a poem by Dustus and the other, a memory of last night with my family in New England.
Rewriting of Dustus' Poem, Rainy Day Jersey
clear memory drain
leather jacket song
Appear by surprise
You, there, YOU!
Grateful tears hover here
this day's blissful end
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