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A Septilla poem
I walk into the student class;
Each student waits, eager to pass.
Brooding gaze, one fretful dark glare,
At papers held stacked, they do scan;
Await their final graded plan,
Knowing "A" is guaranteed rare.

Entry: December 4, 2017
For: The Poet's Place Cafe
Form: The Septilla, also known as the Spanish Septet is a seven line Spanish verse form usually with eight syllables per line and optional rhyme schemes of a a b c c b aor a b b a c c a, as demonstrated in the following link: http://thepoetsgarret.com/2017Challenge/form03.html
Syllabic Pattern: 8
Rhyme Pattern: As noted above
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