A Grazing Doe - A Rictameter - Poem by Denis Barter
as I walked,
a doe grazing the grass.
Cautiously watched me pass.
This idyllic scene, was pure joy to see.
This picture of tranquility,
is a rural delight,
though a rarity
Rhymer. November 14th,2015
A rictameter is a nine-line syllabic structure typically used in poetry. The lines start at two syllables, incrementing upward by two to ten in the fifth line and ending with the same two syllable word as the first line.
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