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MCDC – Christmas Market – B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond – The Circular Poem

And another entry for the MCDC (Momma’s Christmas Decoration Challenge). Thank you so much, my friend, for your participation 🙂

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Hello, Bastet here for a new episode of B&P.

Today we’re going to look into one of the many variations of the Circular Poem. I first came across this variation reading a blog written at Jane Dougherty Writes a few weeks ago where Jane, a very talented poet, challenged her readers to try the form. I found it very stimulating indeed!

So the circular poem we’re going to try is Jane’s variation of the form as described here in her words:

“A circular poem is one that goes round full circle.

The last word of the first line rhymes with the first word of the following line and so on until you end up back at your first line.

Lines can be any length, it’s the rhyme that’s important.”

Christmas market in the city
Sea of people looking around
Background of lights and decors
Stores, malt wine, stars and figures

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