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  1. dcmarti1

    Prague (Praha)

    These are, admittedly, tongue-in-cheek. A little overly dramatic, but there are no lies here. Huitains for prague, or humour amidst the panic Fearing Prague This will be no mere diversion: my past, my future will reside in this shadow of incursion onto great Europe's Central pride. My present life is not so wide as to be used for marking time; Prague must therefore become the guide to deem it lost or paradigm. Anticipating Prague With all the porn that I have seen, with all the boys I've taken home, for sex in Prague I am not keen: it's only castle, keep, and tome. A sidestep to the co
  2. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry French Verse The Ballade is the dominant Old French form of the 14th and 15th centuries. The NPEOPP refers to the Ballade as "the vehicle of the greatest of early French poetry". It was brought to England by Chaucer who used the Ballade stanza for the Monk's Tale consequently the ballade stanza is also called the Monk's Tales Stanza. The Ballade gave birth to a whole family of forms, however it is not a relative nor should it be confused with the seemingly universal, "Ballad". The Ballade and its variations are relatively long, somewhat stingy with the
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