Her rose lip,
unsettled in morning light,
leaves her still dreaming.
© 2011 Maureen E. Doallas_______________________________
Today, One Stop Poetry is featuring the poetic form called Shadorma. Guest host Anne Welch explains the form and provides examples, using her own poems. The form comprises six lines with no set rhyme scheme, with the number of syllables per line as follows: 3-5-3-3-7-5.
Go here to read about the form and share your own contribution.