Insatiably Curious! – A Quadrille


Curiosity has always been a driving force.
You might call it a personality quirk.
How does that work?
What does that really mean?
Wherein lies a myth’s source?
What happens behind the scene?
People think I’m inherently studious.
The truth is, I’m insatiably curious!

©RedCat


Written for tonight’s Quadrille #129: A Curiosity of Poems, prompt at dVerse. That little nugget of writing happiness invented at dVerse. A poem of just 44 words including the prompt word, which tonight is curiosity. My Quadrille has the curious, or if you will, strange rhyme scheme of abbcacdd.


Read other Quadrilles by me here.


15 thoughts on “Insatiably Curious! – A Quadrille

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  1. Let’s hear it for a “soaring trifecta”. I like what Kerouac said that a good poet is an “outlaw of the sensorium”.

  2. Inherently studious and insatiably curious go hand in hand, Helene, the true marriage of the mind. I love the rhyming in this quadrille, especially the couplet at the end.

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