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A quintain (english) is a form of five-line poem having no set measure or foot but which has a rhyme scheme of a b a b b, but there is more to a quintain (english). What is quintain (english) in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member September in the U S A
September sashays in with cooler air, new school year, shorter days, an early frost, fall sports, cookouts on Labor Day, street fairs, trips to the beach before the chance is lost. From summer into autumn, we have crossed. On the...Read More
Categories: september,
Form: Quintain (English)



Do You Ever Get Lonely
Dreams are on repeat forgotten as we wake from sleep, what was the path, which way did it go do any of us truly know? Waking from a restless night blinded by dawn's early light, where does the time...Read More
Categories: angst,
Form: Quintain (English)
I'm No Poet
I'm not a real poet just as Pinocchio wasn't a real boy but for our hearts and faith we live life in full awareness coy a revelation of ourselves in bold deploy; with this arsenal of dreams and...Read More
Categories: allusion, analogy,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Imagery
Fluttering sunbeams atop Autumn trees ink their leaves with ribbons of molten gold. And raining confetti with every breeze they fall to the ground as the nights grow cold creating crunchy mosaics to behold. In rivulets of scarlet and...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Vagabond Dreams
Amidst reality of my life two single things remain inflection of your voice and glow of your tender eyes held safe by this memory we become transparent rain wild...Read More
Categories: appreciation, love,
Form: Quintain (English)



Premium Member Tethered to a Moment
The chance was there—then quickly snatched away, but that moment became the reason she sustained hope. Her captor had failed to lock the cellar door one day. The key would turn moments later, but she wouldn’t mope. Knowing he...Read More
Categories: endurance, fear,
Form: Quintain (English)
AS A DRY LEAF
As fallen dry leaf by the wind was swept away, that's how I took my life... all love and all the time, with all me inside...!...Read More
Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, life,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Creeping
The shadows were creeping like golden summer, Upon arising covertly, from crimson dawn mists, And they shrank at noon to a realm just under, Then idly resumed, their daring sunshine risks, 'Til plum twilight, and a kingdom they'd missed! Written...Read More
Categories: color, day, journey, nature,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Panic at the Food Bank
When Cowardice and Sloth shook hands, their deal produced a special breed of thief whose basic low-risk plans to victimize the ones in need required no smarts and little speed. This slacker wouldn’t keep a job. He’d rather steal than...Read More
Categories: courage, poverty,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member She Kissed The Stone
She walked the labyrinth with her head bowed down and thought of Christ with His thorny encrusted crown Each rock was interlinked, attached to a circular maze and as the sun poured, onto the rocky terrain...Read More
Categories: appreciation, faith, french,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Stones
The scene is of a damaged car, stained with blood attracting people who gather to form a long cord help is urgently needed but the hearts of men are bored acting like the victim has been banned by...Read More
Categories: community, evil, people, violence,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Molten Candle
Tiny candle, smoldering on the table, crying out. If you haven't homogenized, don't sit with your peers. Only a burning wick may damage the wax snout. Nero's light has raised such eager hopes of medieval years...Read More
Categories: analogy, anxiety, bereavement, scary,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Becoming
The purplish crimson sun's now arising, And buds are waiting on yellow rosebush. Yesterday lessons for today are guiding, As birds take violet skies of dawn hush. The youth grew so quickly, time's ambush!...Read More
Categories: bird, day, growth, rose,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member The Mockingbird's Mistake
A mockingbird sits on my windowsill, Eyeing the shelly beans I am cooking He snaps open and shut his sturdy bill So intent is he in his window peeking, He fails to see the black cat sneaking. written July 8,...Read More
Categories: bird, cat, nature,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Thoughts on a Rainy Day
Gloom of morning comes calling With fog rolling off her back Gray skies are equally appalling When nimbus clouds are black Bringing steady rain without slack. Late afternoon a feeble sun appears To brighten an otherwise dreary day Lifting our spirits as...Read More
Categories: day, hope, rain,
Form: Quintain (English)

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