Cinquain Memory Poems | Cinquain Poems About Memory
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That night locking
Her away with a kiss;
Her soul captured by his spirit,
She waits -
For the spirit
To light her pitch-black days;
To breathe into her missing nights;
Traditional style cinquain: syllable count: 2/4/6/8/2
for the Cinquain Contest of Dr.Ram Mehta (theme: Longing)
Copyright © hija de la luna | Year Posted 2014
sleeps at her breast
These intimate moments
stay in a mother’s memory
contest: Sara Kendrick - Cinquain Contest
Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2015
cramp in both legs
as I fought the rough sea...
panic, calm, endurance; made it
6th February, 2016
Contest: The One Who Survived
Sponsor: Sara Kendrick
This is a true event; happened when I was 18 or 19 years old.
Imagine what it’s like to swim with legs that become heavy like
lead, while at the back of your mind you know that the extra
effort could bring cramp to your arms as well!!
A ten minute distance became an eternity!
Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2016
Guide said "Go" - wheels go up
Eighteen wheels stopped - a few inches
It was an eighteen wheeled Truck stopped by a few inches distance from my head and I survived.
Copyright © Anindya Mohan Tagore | Year Posted 2016
That mirror resonates,
With your winnings and cold mistakes:
Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2015
Soft sensuous lips,sleek
Long thighs with rounded hips,twinned heart's
As lips caressed,
Tongues explore,in our love's embrace,
Of love's invite
Encompassed my desire,
In two soft whispered words of love,
Be mine !
Re_post- Inspired by Frank's contest title
In quintile form(linked Americain cinquain)
Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2016
Lifetime chance meet
Friend love together grow
Separate ways memories still
Copyright © James Study | Year Posted 2017
we cannot see
will never really heal,
because they are the ones we keep
Copyright © Bernard Chan | Year Posted 2017