Poetic Form of the Week – Harrisham Rhyme

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The Poetic Form of the Week is “Harrisham Rhyme

Harrisham Rhyme, created by the female poet, Harrisham Minhas, belonging to the State of Punjab in India, of a six-line rhyming stanza. In this form, the last alphabet of the first word of each line is the first alphabet of the first word of next line.

There is no restriction on the starting alphabet of the first line.

Rhyming scheme : ababab.

 

Example:
Poetry

Rhythmic patterns encapsulating what I feel,
cascade in words which comfort my soul,
embossing the experiences that appeal,
generated in phrases with firm control,
delightful lines upshot with zeal,
leading my muse to a further stroll.

Copyright © 2007 Harrisham Minhas

 

Content Credits: ShadowPoetry.com

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