Sill

Sill

A Poem by Maureen V. Hanover
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Triolet: a poem of eight lines ABaAabAB (the first line recurs as the fourth and seventh and the second as the eighth.) Punctuation can vary between all lines. A very uncommon type of poem

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Watching from a misty sill;

Frost takes over glass.

Held for death against a will;

Watching from a misty sill;

One more bottle, one more pill;

Empty eyes to see the last;

Watching from a misty sill;

Frost takes over glass.

© 2018 Maureen V. Hanover


Author's Note

Maureen V. Hanover
Triolet:
a poem of eight lines
ABaAabAB (the first line recurs as the fourth and seventh and the second as the eighth.)
Punctuation can vary between all lines. A very uncommon type of poem

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That's really good, very cool, so....true.

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