Beloved Quadrille

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Guiding us to weigh each word
So our message can be heard

In only four and twoscore
No less, no more

Brightens dreary Monday nights
As chosen word appear to sight

Feel shared inspiration magic darkness fill
When poets gathers for their beloved Quadrille

© REDCAT

Another prompt has its hundredth installment. This time dVerse’s Quadrille, a poem with 44 words not including title.

Since much feels blue or outright dreadful these days, I decided on some levity and honoring the form itself.

Read other of my Quadrilles here.

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