Con-Verse Poetry – Bridal Journey
Beauty to warm the cool air
Joy to be a millionaire
Bridal journey in a canoe
the strong smell of woodland mildew
Rugged valley, it’s quite dangerous
careful so not to endanger us
Brilliance of snow-clad hills in the distance
to see the beauty of its existence
Clouds appearing over the highest ridge top
it is time to move before we have a quick stop.
The Con-Verse consists of three or more 2-line rhyming stanzas (couplets). The meter of this form is in syllabic verse.
Rhyme scheme: aa,bb,cc,dd,ee
(Syllabic verse only counts the number of syllables in a line.)
This form consists of three or more couplets which ascend by one syllable up to and until you reach a syllabic count of eleven which would contain ten lines.