I was experimenting with poetry lately (because yes, I actually have some free time 🙂 and came up with this poem. The first line consists of one word, the next contains two, and so on up to line 7. Then, you reverse the poem and thankfully (in this one) the meaning is actually different in places which makes it all the more fun. This is not a “real” poetry form that anyone is doing, but just something I came up with on my own.
Let them spill
from your insolent tongue.
I have exhausted my attempts
to understand your ire, your discontent.
You have left me speechless, hopeless, wandering.
You have left me speechless, hopeless, wandering
to understand your ire, your discontent,
I have exhausted my attempts.
From your insolent tongue,
let them spill –
© Sumyanna 2017
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