The cinquain has five lines.
Line 1 is one word (the title)
Line 2 is two words that describe the title.
Line 3 is three words that tell the action
Line 4 is four words that express the feeling
Line 5 is one word that recalls the title
Rampant Struggle Lasts
Tremors Leaves Me Fragile
AH I love it. :)ReplyDelete
ha thats lovely <3
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Glad to see you take this challenge.
well done, my friend.
Quite a good attempt! Thank you for stopping at my blog!ReplyDelete
"Birth of Cinquain" Love it! The image is amazing as well. Nice.ReplyDelete
its a simple each words are worthful.
nicely explained and written- I shall have to try this also.ReplyDelete
Wow...This is beautiful... :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for the info on Cinquain...
very beautifully crafted in a Cinquain. "Tremors leaves me fragile childbirth" loved this lineReplyDelete
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I'd never heard of Cinquain! wonderful words and the image fits just perfectly :o)ReplyDelete
I liked this very much and really appreciated you explaining a 'cinquain'. Thank you. :-)ReplyDelete
a wonderful job done on cinquain... expressed so well through few words.ReplyDelete
Hi - wow, I really liked it. I'm not into poetry, but this is something I could really enjoy.ReplyDelete
poetry geeks are awesome.
rock and roll...
Lovely use of the poetry form. Hugs, patReplyDelete