Flowers

P.C :- Pinterest

Flowers,

Each layer, a,

Story tightly holding,

Fragrance, those caring to unearth,

Hush! Hush!

Poetry form :- Cinquain.

More about Cinquain :-

A cinquain is a five-line poem that was invented by Adelaide Crapsey.

Rules :- They have 2 syllables in the first line, 4 in the second, 6 in the third, 8 in the fourth line, and just 2 in the last line. Cinquains do not need to rhyme, but you can include rhymes if you want to.

Information Source :- Google and information provided by the challenge host, Colleen M Chesebro.

Acknowledgements :- With inspiration drawn from Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge, I’ve tried for the first time my hand at Cinquain form of poetry. Thank you Colleen. M. Chesebro for running the challenge. For rules please refer here. Additionally, you may also learn about different forms of poetry here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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