Finding Oneself Under The Light Of God



Dear Child,
please do not cry?
You are in my thoughts here,
I hear every tear that falls,
smile now.

Rejoice,
lift up your eyes,
the beauty of Heaven
awaits your open blurry gaze,
be free.

I am
Your Lord thy God,
wipe away your sorrow,
your Father's speaking now to you.
Dance life.

Have faith,
listen to love,
its tune is blessed power,
fill your spirit and laugh out loud,
shine bright.

My breath
will comfort you,
keep you warm when in need,
embrace the light of inwardness,
find you!

Dear Child,
lift up your eyes,
wipe away your sorrow,
fill your spirit and laugh out loud,
find you!

Cinquain Garland:

A six stanza cinquain sequence where the final cinquain is formed from a line from each of the previous cinquains.

With each cinquain written you take a line to make cinquain 6. So cinquain 1 you take line one for cinquain 6. Cinquain 2 you take line 2 and put that as line two for cinquain 6. Cinquain 3 you take line 3 and use that as line 3 in cinquain 6, and so on until you have written 5 cinquains, and a final 6th cinquain made up from a line from the 5

Cinquain.

A five lined poem consisting of first line 2 syllables, second line 4 syllables, third line 6 syllables, fourth line 8 syllables and finally the fifth line returning to 2 syllables.
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Submitted on July 08, 2010

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme Axxbx xCxxx xxDex xxxFx xexbE ACDFE b x x
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,225
Words 238
Stanzas 9
Stanza Lengths 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 1, 1, 1

Ian Sawicki

Ian Sawicki has been writing poetry for over twenty years. He is a Manchester born poet, who has dedicated his life to exploration and composition of poetry. His work reflects the many great influential experiences of his life, the pain, the pleasure combined to create new exciting poetry. If anyone is interested in my books then please visit my lulu storefront. All artwork on these books is by my own hand. http://stores.lulu.com/chasingtheday more…

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