It was blowing
She closed her eyes and felt
How nice it is to feel something
But the sea had many
Secrets and mysteries untold
She squinted hard
It seemed to her the waves
Were beckoning her to follow
Follow her heart
And jump into the sea
Or listen to the warning bells
In both her ears
Kept going deeper till she found
A Crown Cinquain is a sequence of five cinquain stanzas functioning to construct a larger poem. The syllabic count for each stanza is 2-4-6-8-2.
The last line of the previous cinquain stanza is repeated as the first line of the next cinquain stanza.
The final line of the last cinquain stanza does not have to equal the first line of the first cinquain stanza, but it is an option.
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