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In My Mind - Sonnetina Rispetto
(Sonnetina Rispetto) In my mind you're here day and night For some time you brought in sunlight Now each day I just think of you Non-stop my heart for you will cry No matter what I do and try Even when your love makes me blue In my mind you're here day and night For some time you brought in sunlight. Without you now empty's my heart It's all broken, just torn apart Now each day I just think of you Even when your love makes me blue In my mind you're here day and night For some time you brought in sunlight. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2014 09.17.2014 Author's notes: The "Sonnetina Rispetto" is a new poetry form created by Dorian Petersen Potter on September 8,2009. This form has 14 lines with 8 syllables each. It can be written in 3 quatrain stanzas and a couplet or with an Octave(8) and a Sestet(6) lines. The rhyme scheme is as follows: A1,A2,B1,c,c,B2,A1,A2,d,d,B1,B2,A1,A2. The capitals A1,A2,B1 and B2...stands for the refrain lines in the poem. Specifications restated: Stanzaic: Either 4 quatrains and a couplet or a sestet and an octave. Isosyllabic: Eight syllable per line Repetitive: requires two refrain lines, each repeated twice. Rhyme pattern: A1,A2,B1,c,c,B2,A1,A2,d,d,B1,B2,A1,A2.
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