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Rated: E · Poetry · Contest Entry · #2108175
A soldier amidst the ancients.



Amidst the ancients, a soldier's out of place,
A dark world of history in his face.
As weather turns stone to clay,
Their home, long astray.
Despair makes
prey
like vile snakes,
To feast on the day.
Joy, a universe away,
When lost lovers did briefly embrace,
Amidst the ancients, a soldier's out of place.






Andaree: A rhyming syllabic form with an 11 syllable line and descends by 2 syllables in each line until it reaches 1 syllable and then it ascends back to 11 syllables, which is a repeat of the first line. The rhyme scheme is AabbcbcbbaA.

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