No Surprise

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No Surprise

(Modified Octogram)

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When I look into her sweet eyes

There’s no surprise,

Because that’s when I realize

That looks for me.

Transported to a place of bliss,

A loving face that needs a kiss

Waiting all the time, patiently.

There’s no surprise!

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To taste those lips and hear her sighs,

There’s no surprise!

A lasting gift, when love applies,

Given freely,

Responding to familiar bonds

In the sweetest ways she responds,

Given and offered totally,

There’s no surprise!

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There’s Just Love.

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Author Notes

For Valentines Day!


You can always read it in her eyes.


I wrote two Romances today. I put the other one in the contest. Hope I chose the right one.


This poem is a modified Octogram.

The Octogram is a style of poetry invented by Fanstorian Sally Yocom (S.Yocom). It consists of two stanzas of eight lines each, with a very specific syllable count and rhyme scheme.  

Syllable count is 84848884, repeat on second stanza.  

Rhyme scheme: 

aBabccbB ababddbB, where B represents same text repeated.  

No more than 16 lines


This one is modified because I changed the rhyme scheme to: aAabccbA aAabddbA where A represents the repeated text.


This picture came from Yahoo Images.

 

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