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I love experimenting with poetic forms especially when there is a liberty to play with words. Because I find it hard to go with the technicalities of the pattern.

And I have flubbed up Sedoko into tanka. So have I rectified it later. But to go with the structural aspect of poetry is very important.

Today’s Poetry form is Cinquain and I am delighted to share few of the very popular Cinquains which are chosen among the most.

A Cinquain is a nifty five-line poem inspired by Japanese Haiku. It was invented by Adelaide Crapsey. She was an American poet who took inspiration from Japanese Haiku. 

By George Harbert

Here is my take on Cinquain poetry form. Hope you like it friends.

Thanks for the beautiful read friends. Your views and comments are much appreciated.

Much love and gratitude.

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