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  1. Tinker

    The Unicorn,

    The Unicorn, Guardian of Dreams - final revision The winter moon echoes off her pale form beaming light into darkness where violet eyes scan for threats against her young charges. Silently she picks her way through forest undergrowth . where soft earth cushions diamond crusted hooves From the tip of her horn stardust twists into the evening air carrying xenias for the wise while sapphires braided into her mane flirt with the night. Unbridled, she runs free across the meadows of imagination, her silken tail held high, a queen's standard. Though kings court her, only a child can lead her. ---
  2. Tinker

    English Madrigal

    Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry English Verse English Madrigal is a short lyrical verse with a love theme. The tone is almost always complimentary. There have been several structures associated with the Madrigalthrough its history from Italy where it began, to France, Spain and England, but most sources agree that no specific frame has been dominant. Although most are short poems there are also long madrigals that have nothing to do with love. According to the NPEOPP the only Madrigals in England before 1588 were simply translations of Italian Madrigals and the earliest true Engl
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