A double Cinquain form of poetry about Fall camping season.
Kids all roasting
marshmallows on the fire;
Brown they're cookin', black means they're done!
chill in the air.
Campfire embers glowing
We're piled in the tent like cord wood.
A note: Piled and fire both are one syllable words. Thanks to one of my reviewers, now I know this to be true, and I HAVE looked it up:)