Photography & Poetry

Memories of the times we shared
Rush over me like sea foam
Hand in hand,
You and me against the world

A time when we had no care
All around the world we roamed
Hand in hand
You and me against the world

When things were simple and seemed fair
You always kept me close
Hand in hand
You and me against the world

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Poetry: Brevette

Fear
C H A S I N G
Bullets

Brevette: a unrhymed verse form invented by Emily Romano. It is a tristich, a poem in 3 lines, composed in 3 words, a subject (noun), verb, and object (noun) in that order. The words are not limited by syllable count, “but the poem should have balance”. The verb should be spaced to give it the appearance of on going action.

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Poetry: Balassi Stanza

How do you possess me?
You own all parts of me
Every thought I have is you
What power do you have?
You’ve trapped me on this path
To your heart, I belong to
Is this true love I feel?
I want this to be real
I’d walk through fire for you

Balassi stanza: named after the Hungarian poet, Balint Balassi. The stanza rhymes bbaccadda, with syllable counts 6-6-7-6-6-7-6-6-7.

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