Form: Double Triquain Swirl
This poem consists of thirteen non-rhyming lines in which the syllables on each line number thus: 3, 6, 9, 12, 9, 6, 3, 6, 9, 12, 9, 6, 3. An additional picture prompt was used.
tractor wheels, trucks and more.
'Round and 'round they go, they take us here,
they take us there. To work, to fun, to ev'rywhere.
But none graces our lives with pleasure
quite like the Ferris Wheel.
Up, then down,
and round about again.
We scream, we yell, our eyes filled with awe.
We hold each other tight and laugh away our fears.
Your touch electric, my eyes show need.
Indeed, I lean close and ...
steal a kiss.