Ronberge (anno primo)

Rookie (Born October 26th / Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- Villanelle With Each And Every Move - A Villanelle - Poem by Ronberge (anno primo)

With each and every move,
Using all conceivable tools in sight
You made me into the fool.

To your hunger, I’m but food.
A carnal boon left with nowhere to hide,
With each and every move.

With a figure divine and cool,
Legs brushing casually against mine,
You made me into the fool.

All the while, using you ruse,
Predatory smile, stirring me inside
With each and every move.

Like Goliath, beaten too soon
I played a chess game, lost, mated by night
You made me into the fool.

For my soul’s honor, in vain, I fight
My body, a trophy, you claim by right
With each and every move,
You made me into the fool!


Comments about - Villanelle With Each And Every Move - A Villanelle by Ronberge (anno primo)

  • (10/3/2006 8:59:00 PM)


    I love it! I want to read the other one now lol.
    Lylyanna
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  • (9/13/2005 10:16:00 PM)


    loved it... and you're no fool!
    -Eila
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  • (9/13/2005 5:22:00 PM)


    19 lines, five tercets, one quatrain.1rst and 3rd lines of first stanza repeat alternatively in the next four stanzas and the last two lines of the final stanza repeat the 1rts and 3rd of the first.
    'Do not go gentle into the night' by Dylan thomas is the best modern example.
    It's easy and fun, did mine in less than 30 min.!
    R.
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  • (9/13/2005 4:25:00 PM)


    Pleasant write. What are the rules for a villanelle?
    H
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  • (9/13/2005 3:18:00 PM)


    Thank you......I loved it! ! ! :)) Very nice.
    I think it's a little warm today...lol
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  • (9/13/2005 3:16:00 PM)


    You got me into the mood today with a few of you pieces.
    ; -)
    Besides I wanted to try the villanelle form for a few days now.

    Take care!
    Amicalement votre
    R.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 21, 2010


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