A Sevenling is a seven line poem comprised of two tercets and a final one-line stanza. Each tercet contains a grouping of three. The two groupings can be connected directly or indirectly or not at all. The last line is a summary, punchline, or juxtaposition. Meter and rhyme are optional. This form feels mysterious, offbeat, or disturbing, as if only part of the tale is being told. Enjoy a bite of sugar-free Word Candy!
ADULTING ON HALLOWEEN
Sometimes, it pays to be short
SPECTRE IN THE BATHROOM
Unruly horns of hair
Certainly not scared
Of the crazy hag reflected there
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