Two Hearts ...( Harrisham Rhyme )

by Olwin Mcdonald   Jul 26, 2022

Two Hearts ...( Harrisham Rhyme)

Two hearts that beat as one,
over distance, land and sea.
Reminisant of love begun,
taking us higher, setting us free.
Gone now sorrow, my hearts' been won,
Etched there forever you'ill always be.


Harrisham Rhyme is created by a female poet
named Harrisham Minhas, who is from the State of
Punjab in India.

Harrishma rhyme is a six-line rhyming stanza. In
this form, the last alphabet (letter) of the first
word of each line is the first alphabet (letter) of
the first word of next line. There is no restriction
on the starting alphabet (letter)of the first line.

Rhyme scheme : ababab.


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  • 1 year ago

    by Meena Krish

    Nicely penned form poetry Olwin. Liked the read, congrats on the win!

  • 1 year ago

    by Walter

    I really love the flow of this Harrisham Rhyme - one which I never heard of before and you tie it all together beautifully with each sentence. I was about to nominate when I saw Scott already beat me to it! Well done and good luck.

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