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  1. Tinker


    Trey He lay, his head on my lap, his pained blue eyes begged, I stay. I stroked his fur, calmly spoke while he closed his tired eyes and slipped away The moan came from deep within First I didn't recognize the soulful sound came from me. Then sobs wrenched my chest and tears poured from my eyes. ~~Judi Van Gorder Prompt: Write an Endecha
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    Explore the Craft of Writing Verse Spanish Verse The Endecha is a " The Canción triste que encierra un lamento", ("sad song that locks up a moan"), a 16th century Spanish dirge or song of sorrow. The elements of the Endecha are: stanzaic, written in any number of quatrains. syllabic, written with 7-7-7-11 syllables per line. rhymed, rhyme scheme xaxa xbxb etc., x being unrhymed. The rhyme is often consonance only but true rhyme may be used. Cold Forever --Judi Van Gorder It tears at my heaving breast and rips out my grieving heart, pain of losin
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