|Topic: The sun
The Septet is a poem, containing seven lines.
The French word Sept can be found in it, which means seven.
The Septet doesn’t have to rhyme and can be about any subject you like.
This is how the Septet is built up:
Line 1: 3 syllables
Line 2: 5 syllables
Line 3: 7 syllables
Line 4: 9 syllables
Line 5: 7 syllables
Line 6: 5 syllables
Line 7: 3 syllables
is partly sunny.
I spy no sun, only clouds.
“What does that reporter know?” I shout.
A voice says, “Above the clouds…
that part is sunny;
this part sucks.”
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