Diminished Hexaverse Definition | What is Diminished Hexaverse? - PoetrySoup
A poem containing stanzas of 5 lines, then 4
lines, then 3 lines, then 2 lines, ending with one word. The syllables in
each stanza correspond to the number of lines, i.e. 5 in each line in the
first stanza, 4 in the second stanza and so on. This form may contain more than five stanzas.
Love, At Last...
If the ground should quake,
If the sky should fall,
If the rain lets up,
If the plants all die,
There is one thing left.
If we lose sight,
If we can't speak,
If the bow breaks,
on the last tree,
we won't cry
for we know
Copyright © 2005 Tatyana Carney