Day 8 entry in the Rhythm & Rhyme poetry challenge...
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Sparkling, warm, and ashy bright,
Slipped away too fast it seems
Sent, an egg-filled robin to
Stand upon this place of rest
Springtime mark of new beginnings,
Sign to teach my forlorn heart --
Souls at death live on, transformed
Form: Pleiades The title of a Pleiades is only one word. And each of the seven lines of the form itself must start with the same exact letter as the word used as a title. Sound fun? It is! There isn't any syllable count, meter, or rhyme pattern necessary... Just start each line with the same letter as the first letter of your one-word title...