Musette (poem)


Oh, Love!
Soft, my musette
such dove

of light
and joyous sound
that might

make Gods
sing high praise and

The Musette…is a poem that consists of three verses of three lines each. The first lines have two syllables; the second lines have four syllables, and the third lines have two syllables. The rhyme scheme is a/b/a for the first verse; c/d/c for the second verse, and e/f/e for the third verse. The title should reflect the poem’s content.

Found the definition on Poet’s Corner, so check it out! Happy Poetry Wednesday. 🙂

— The Finicky Cynic

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