Tyburn

Spring sky, Cranes fly,
Bonsai,
Mind’s eye,
In the dawn of spring sky, cranes flyway
In my path of bonsai, mind’s eye day!

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Aspire,
Prepare,
Mature,
Inspire.
With intention; aspire, prepare you!
With your deep prayers; mature, inspire, too.

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Practice,
Service,
Notice,
Justice,
Shall we, with will, practice service… now?
And with oneness notice justice… bow!

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About Ramesh Anand

Ramesh Anand authored Newborn Smiles, a book of haiku poetry published by Cyberwit.Net Press. His haiku has appeared in many publications, across 11 countries, including Bottle Rockets Press, ACORN, Magnapoets, The Heron's Nest, Simply Haiku and Frogpond. His Haiku has been translated in German, Serbian, Japanese, Croatian and Tamil. His short verses have been honored by Muse India, Voicesnet and Boloji. He has been nominated and shortlisted for Muse India's young writer award for 2012. he blogs at http://ramesh-inflame.blogspot.com

3 thoughts on “Tyburn

    1. Ramesh Anand

      Louis, Interesting to learn the history behind TYBURN.
      Here TYBURN is a form of unique poetry with the following rules.

      Line 1- 4 = 2 syllables with same ryhming.
      Line 5 – 6 = 9 syllables with same rhyming.
      = Also line 5 includes line 1 & 2 as syllables 5 to 8.
      = Similarly, line 6 includes line 3 & 4 as syllables 5 to 8.

      Love.

      Reply

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