life’s death do us apart,
next to one another ever,
in love’s memory etched until,
eternity’s tryst part,
Poetry form :- Octain (2/4/6/8/8/6/4/3 syllables, rhyme scheme optional, this form can be unrhymed also; if opting for rhyme scheme it shall follow AbcdbcdA pattern. The unique feature of this form is that the first word with two syllables should be repeated as the last word even though the syllable requirement in the last line is three.( in this case, lovers, gets repeated in the last line. )) Source :- Poets Collective
Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for hosting What do you see challenge # 71 and providing the photo prompt. Thank you Colleen. M. Chesebro for hosting Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge #215, also thank you for providing Poets Collective link which has been very helpful for syllable poetry challenge. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.