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Using the Light

151. Using the Light

I continue to love the shadorma poetry form. If you remember from past posts, it is a six line poem, no rhyme scheme, but a syllable scheme: first line—three syllables; second line—five syllables; third line—three syllables; fourth line—three syllables; fifth line—seven syllables; and sixth line—five syllables. Here’s one I wrote and like to pull out and read on these days when the dark comes early and lasts long.

Call to Light

I breathe deep

In sanctuary

I hear words

“You are light!”

When I use that light within —

Then, I am enriched.

© Copyright 2011 by Ann Freeman Price

 

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