Alankar(Decor) -218 - Poem by Indira Renganathan
Tyburn Verse is an invented form.
This short verse centers around the 4 words that make up the first 4 lines..
The Tyburn is:
a hexastich, a poem in 6 lines.
Syllabic,2-2-2-2-9-9 syllables per line. The 2 syllable lines should be one two syllable word.
Repetition, L1 is repeated as the 5th and 6th syllables of L5, L2 is
repeated as the 7th and 8th syllables of L5, L3 is repeated as the 5th and 6th syllables of L6
and L4 is repeated as the 7th and 8th syllables of L6.
x x x x xa1 xa2 b
x x x x xa3 xa4 b
Sunday, undone homework, berserk, scared
Monday punished, yardstick berserk raged
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