A Body of No Importance
Although the form chosen is Rictameter This poem infact is written in Double-Deca style. A Double-Deca is an eighteen line poem. What makes it unique is the counting of words, not syllables and the rise to ten lines to begin the poem. The first line has one word, the second two words, ascending to reach line ten, then regressing back to a one word finish at the bottom of the poem. You will finish with 19 lines in all. It can be on any subject but must follow the specific format.
Center the text to create A double pyramid effect.
to show her
that her sensual body
had no importance to me,
needless to say she was infuriated.
Although she reproached me I didn’t mind
but I complained for she was too spiteful.
This stimulating woman who blatantly denied her own devotion
urged herself to seek consolation elsewhere to sparkle her lust;
the burning thirst of her sexual desires betray her
which could only be achieved by submitting herself,
completely to me, which was a mistake.
I’ll have her in my hand,
there will be no complaints
her refusal is futile
she will comply