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    Kyrielle Sonnet

    Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry The Sonnet Sonnet Comparison Chart French Verse Kyrielle Sonnet is a sonnet variation of the French stanzaic form Kyrielle. According to Poet's Garret , this verse form has been around since the Middle Ages, 15th century. Like most French verse especially the Lai family of forms, it is syllabic and has a refrain. Unlike the narrative Kyrielle, as a sonnet the piece should be a lyrical meditation. The elements of the Kyrielle Sonnet are: a 14 line poem made up of 3 quatrains and a couplet in that order. syllabic, 8 syllables per line. rhymed, rhyme scheme AabB ccbB ddbB AB or AbaB cbcB dbdB AB. composed with a refrain in the last line of each stanza. L1 is repeated as L13 and L4 is repeated as L8, L12 and L14. composed with no prescribed pivot however those that I have read usually pivot between the 2nd and 3rd quatrains. I Taste Your Essence by Ryter Roethicle Poet's Garret I taste your essence on my lips I sense you blowing on the wind Still feel you at my fingertips And see you smiling in my mind. At heavenly dust a passion grips Each night with dusk I feel a kind Of bond with you of honeyed sips And see you smiling in my mind. Soul and body freely flies anew My will unlocks and love unbinds A freer feeling of loving with you And see you smiling in my mind. I taste your essence on my lips And see you smiling in my mind.
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