Within the multiple choices that life offers us; we search for our dream.
The winged horse
My winged horse wandering
Like a lost centaur; noble
Like the griffin; repressed by
A myriad of spread stars in the nebula;
An amalgam of blurring;
Colorful spirals lighted;
That eclipsed great youth years;
Within the galaxies, the dream is weighted.
KHBEY/The winged horse/ 07/02/202/ 51 words
The Endecha is a 16th century Spanish dirge or song of sorrow written in any number of quatrains (four line stanzas) with syllable counts of 7, 7, 7, 11 in each stanza. The second and fourth lines of each stanza rhyme, as described and demonstrated in the following links: