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Alexandrine is a form of French poetry consisting of a line of 12 syllables with major stresses on the 6th syllable and last syllable, but there is more. What is alexandrine in poetry (complete definition)?

Prelude
Canopy’s aperture, spilled light’s nuance, tinted, as my eyes arrested, to attest fall’s saga… A tree proclivity, had me stalled in Ashland, watching the leaves succumb, leaving stark limbs barren… Those with temerity, plunged at high speed, head...Read More
Categories: autumn, seasons, september,
Form: Alexandrine



TAMED BEAST
I want to tell you a true life story, This very story has never been told to any ear before now; It’s a burden to hold this story to my heart alone; As I share a demo of...Read More
Categories: absence, age, anger, anxiety,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member HELPING DEEDS OF IMMORTAL IMPACT
Redeemed by the Saviour through His loving kindness* our souls, from sin’s wages, now ransomed, own grand gift life eternal midst peace toward joyous sharing for others to have hope … securing their future. Pardoned by God Himself, we...Read More
Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member Do Not Fear
I know, my love, I know, the world is darker still, and it has been contrived to suit the lion's will. Perhaps it's at this time these words will bring us hope: You know that we are here,...Read More
Categories: courage, cry, fear, love,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member Sundry Lines in Alexandrine
As poet, I aspire to Mount Parnassus's seat; and labor all the day, so my odes flow with beat: as poet, I have miles to go before I sleep, before I plumb the depths; and probe Pieria's...Read More
Categories: deep, inspiration, mountains, muse,
Form: Alexandrine



She changed too
For the sake of the Loyalty, we remained like this. Time changed, People Changed, World changed, She changed too, we just kept waiting. Maybe it was my fault. we expected more than luck, Just for the few moments of love, we took...Read More
Categories: deep, first love, friendship
Form: Alexandrine
TWO SEAS MEET
And then we came to the place Where the two seas meet, With nothing but God and each other: There our lives were a mirror To each other, and yet it was All that we had ever wanted. I had never...Read More
Categories: love,
Form: Alexandrine
A FRET
Don't you just Make my life so blissful, You complete me, You make me complete In a way I sometimes fail To comprehend. If you see me fretting, My eyes can't believe This whole honey milk gem Is for them to caress and savour To...Read More
Categories: appreciation,
Form: Alexandrine
Pseudo Martyrdom
A scream of martyrdom, could be a collision, I've felt my colony and called them to die. Never I've seen on death so delightful breathing, when in heaven I said, what do you want to know? A blonde...Read More
Categories: courage, destiny,
Form: Alexandrine
Alexandrine
Alex went for a drink to calm himself and think I screamed: 'Alex and drink!' I hate Alexandrine!...Read More
Categories: imagery, word play,
Form: Alexandrine
A SWEET SCENT
Never turn down A gift of perfume; You are a good fragrance to me: I ignore it when it is around me: I miss it when you are far away from me; And I would never wash Any pant you have...Read More
Categories: addiction,
Form: Alexandrine
teen paney
Saane gin raha hoon apni mojodgi ka na khayal na mahobat ka ehsas samay mano tham sa gaya rook bas mai nahi bola samay tham ja aap thak Gaye hongey teen kadam zara mai bhi...Read More
Categories: angel, art, emotions,
Form: Alexandrine
The Burning Sun
Sun burns hard leaving red and struggle Until night falls....Read More
Categories: sun,
Form: Alexandrine
A STICK GLUE
I was walking around town, Hunting for stick glue, It's difficult to find these Strange corona times. I bumped into a woman With high and chunky cheeks, Gleaming like two halfmoons: She seemed smiling Underneath that mask: was she? Are you smiling? I asked. I...Read More
Categories: happy,
Form: Alexandrine
A SHADOW
My shadow is a pen Writing down my footsteps, My actions and my words; My thoughts all into the Burdens of mother earth. Oh Lord, nothing is hidden From Your grip: You have spies and detectives Everywhere, the whole of nature Reports to You...Read More
Categories: peace,
Form: Alexandrine

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