Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -130


Asthma Versus Back Pain(Quintette)



The Quintette is:
a poem in 15 lines made up of 3 quintains.
metric, stanza 1 & 3 are iambic pentameter, stanza 2 all lines are iambic, L1, L5 are dimeter and L3 is pentameter and L2, L4 are tetrameter.
L1 of the 1st stanza is repeated as L3 of the 2nd stanza and L5 of the 3rd stanza.
rhymed, rhyme scheme Ababb acAca dadaA.

Asthma Versus Back Pain

She is sick of her asthma and backpain
Two rivals fighting to board her body
Their fight only gives her life immense pain
And she is sad, dejected and moody
Each one around gives an advice grody

Pillows' mountain
Albeit soothes and makes her feel free
She is sick of her asthma and backpain
As hits backpain next to decree
No loss of pain

Wheezing asthma, acute back pain twosome
Beating her confused to sit or lie plain
Peaceless days run nighted only gruesome
Over done highly with long deadly strain
She is sick of her asthma and backpain

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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