Scattered

Conceit form of poetry :- A conceit is defined as an extended and complex metaphor that creates and apart from creating, creates an element of surprise. If a metaphor is used to enhance imagery the conceit is better suited to describe an intricate metaphysical or emotional subject.

Cruising, cruising

Form :- Duodora (4/6/5/5/5/10/10 syllables ; rhymed Axxxxxb Axxxxxb L1 is repeated as a refrain that begins the 2nd stanza. x is unrhymed; written in 2 septets, L1 of the first septet is repeated as L1 of the 2nd septet.)

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