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Stumbling On

It was a dark and stormy night (Edgar Allan got that line right), The path was hidden from our sight. We stumbled on, without a sight, Anywhere, of a welcome light That would release us from our plight. I admit, it was not too bright To let the torch out of our sight When we got caught up in that fight. I just wish I had second sight.

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Date: 1/10/2020 3:34:00 PM
I have no idea what a tritina is, but to me this is a monorhyme and a good one.
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Beth Evans
Date: 1/10/2020 6:19:00 PM
Thanks, Caren - check under "Types of Poems" - quite similar to mono rhyme.