Cinquain: Hunt

the black rose - hunt - cinquain

the black rose © jk 2015 by jennifer kiley

Hunt
Fearful, dangerous
Killing, exploding, shooting
Stop the senseless bloodshed
Search

© jk 2015

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Cinquain Pattern #2
Form of the Cinquain slightly different with Pattern #2 – the fourth line forms a sentence.

First line – one word [can be more] Subject & Title of Poem
Second line – two words Descriptive Adjectives depicting Title
Third line – three words – subject of poem [can show action]. Verbs end in “ing”
Fourth line – four words – [four or more words] Forms a sentence about Title Subject
Fifth line – one word – synonym or very similar. Synonym of Title Subject

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Jane Dougherty Writes Poetry Challenge #6: Cinquain

*Cinquain – \ˈsiŋ-ˌkān [sin-cane (long a)]

10 thoughts on “Cinquain: Hunt

  1. Pingback: Poetry challenge #6 Cinquain: the entries | Jane Dougherty Writes

        • I only a short time ago read that story. They even shot ans killed the pilots as they were parachuting down. [that was according to some sources]. They were trying to escape the crash and survive. We should all be in this together, not taking each other out. We have a common goal. We need to stop terrorism. That is a world objective. Splitting hairs over a miniscule amount of space seems ridiculous under the circumstances.

          I agree with you. The air and sky should be beyond claims of territory. We allow commercial planes in all sorts of airspace, as far as I know. Ridiculous. Shame on Turkey. Especially, after ISIS blew up the Russia airliner. SHAME.

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    • Well, executed. Fits the Cinquain style perfectly. I wonder if the days of the Greek and Roman Gods and Goddesses wasn’t a more creative time. Crazier maybe but much wilder. Nemesis was quite the character. Out of control just a bit. Thought your pour was quite profound. Power breeds insanity.

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