Shadows Wait for Dawn to Call

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I thought your description of

I thought your description of a jackpine sonnet asked for rhyme of some sort, and so far this is the only one I have read that fits the bill. It is heads and shoulders above the previous examples. It even had coherent meaning.

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

This is far too regular to be

This is far too regular to be a jackpine sonnet, however. And rather conventional in its images, abstractions and predictable rhymes.

ZW more than 7 years ago

Wow- I would not sent mine in

Wow- I would not sent mine in had I read this first. It is lovely- well crafted - I just wasted $10

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

Rhyming--yes!

Rhyming sounds good today.

pattyo more than 7 years ago

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