Alankar(Decor) -59 - Poem by Indira Renganathan
The Other Side(Coin Poems)
The Coin Poem is:
a short poem,2 couplets, the first couplet presents a thought
and the second couplet flips it and shows the other side.
syllabic, each couplet is made up of a 7 and a 5 syllable line.
rhymed, ab cb or aa bb.
1 Round the globe currency wheels
Fortune too on wheels
Try flip the coin silvery
Chance your luck cheery
2 Full moon in big round of shine
Strange bliss breaths enshrine
Strange yet more her farside far
Covert her heart so far
3 Be bought for home list of things
Loyal servant sent
Hopeful madam sorted things
Trusting the sum spent
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