A Lover's Paradise (Triquatrain)

by Wallace   Jul 5, 2007


True love attained, Thy heart regained
Without a cost or price
Thy love bestowed, For thou abode
A lover's paradise

Thine eyes portray, My heart's dismay
What thy fate shall bring
Love's dreams awake, My mind partake
In what thy heart shall sing

It's e'er to say, thy heart shall prey
On thy unheeded soul
Thine eyes confound, My mind abound
Thy heart was made a whole

True love attained, Thy heart regained
Without a cost or price
Thy love bestowed, For thou abode
A lover's paradise

The Triquatrain form was created by Robert L. Huntsman. It is a quatrain poem in tri-rhyme
with a specific rhyming pattern (see below). Lines 1 and 3 have internal rhyme whereas lines 2
and 4 do not.

Rhyme Pattern:(a,a)b(c,c)b(d,d)e(f,f)e(g,g)h(i,i)h . . . and so on.

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  • 10 years ago

    by Choose xX Alex Xx Life

    I love this one, it really shone mainly because im in love lol. I really liked the repetition in it . xxx alex xxx

  • 10 years ago

    by Jenni Marie

    You have a wonderful talent for formed poetry. You pulled this one of beautifully.

    I particularly liked how you repeated the first stanza as the last, I thought that made for a powerful effect on the overall piece.

    This was a beautiful write and an even greater read.

  • 10 years ago

    by Blissful

    Are you really 14? You poerty is just amazing!! Some published pieces I have read are nothing compared to some of your pieces. They truly blow me away. Well done *5/5*

  • 10 years ago

    by Cella Bella

    This was quite beautiful. The flow was flawless. A wonderful triquatrain. 5/5

    marcella

  • 10 years ago

    by Adelle

    I love the rhythm and flow of this piece it is written in a way that it captures the reader’s soul.