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Rated: E · Poetry · Dark · #1564149
What lies within the dark corner of a poet's mind? (Form: Trijan Refrain)
Behind The Door


Unconsciously, behind the door
in depths devoid of light,
lay festered thoughts which I abhor.
How darkly they incite.
Their strange perfume beguiles the mind
as they appear before eyes blind.
    Their strange perfume.
    Their strange perfume
releases darkness unconfined.

Unconsciously, behind the door
that each of us erects,
lies evil blackness that we store
from which the door protects.
Sonorous calls harshly transcend;
the heart can no longer defend.
  Sonorous calls.
  Sonorous calls
find voice within the poet's pen.

Unconsciously, behind the door
the demons in me grow.
Their whispered voices reach a roar
as knowledge they bestow.
Cascading ink and words implore
through images I can't ignore.
  Cascading ink.
  Cascading ink
congeals upon a paper shore.





Form: Trijan Refrain created by Jan Turner, consists of three 9-line stanzas, for a total of 27 lines. Line 1 is the same in all three stanzas. The first four syllables of line 5 in each stanza are repeated as the double-refrain for lines 7 and 8. The Trijan Refrain is a rhyming poem with a set meter and rhyme scheme as follows:
Rhyme scheme: a/b/a/b/c/c/d,d refrain of first 4 words of line five /c
Meter: 8/6/8/6/8/8/(refrain)4/4/8


Thank you for taking time to read my words.  I would appreciate it if you took a moment and left a comment.  Your reaction, impressions, criticisms, - yes, even praise *Smile* are all equally welcome.

Ken

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