Cheer at endings as you’d at the start

When first light of Sun snaps away all winter blues,

On New Year’s Day,

A year’s gone by yet again,

New beginning,

Exciting they seem, daring to go,

When world is painted in all vibrant hues,

Like freshly moulded clay,

Time’s loss, time’s gain,

Start of an inning,

Like bloom of flower, deliberately slow,

While mojo of New year slip and lose,

Jubilation stopping to stay,

Like excited feign,

Wane winning,

Steadily crumbles light of candle’s glow,

While the days in calendar choose,

To tilt, dance, delightfully sway,

And end of year reign,

Continue grinning,

Like at the start of year, let at the end flow and not lie low.

109 words

Poetry form :- Rimas Dissolutas

Rhyme Scheme :-(1-a, 2-b, 3-c, 4-d, 5-e) (6-a, 7-b, 8-c, 9-d, 10-e) (11-a, 12-b, 13-c, 14-d, 15-e)

(If the poem has an envoi, it might be 2-3 lines long using the c, d, and/or e rhymes.)

There are no rules for meter, line length, or syllables–except that it should be consistent from stanza to stanza.

Thoughts :- Often the excitement at the start of the year, doesn’t continue till its end. I wish for continued excitement and energy till the end of the year and not just wish the year to get over.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sanaa Rizvi for hosting Poetics at dVerse and introducing a new form Rimas Dissolutas. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. I absolutely love, love this! Wowww! 😀 There is such eloquence here in your poem, Kitty. I especially admire; “Like freshly moulded clay/Time’s loss, time’s gain.” Thank you so much for writing to the prompt and that too so beautifully 💝💝

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