Friday, April 21, 2017

R’s for Red Wind |#AtoZChallenge

 

Hey everyone!

So what is the Red Wind? 

In my culture, when people say he got a red wind, it means this person is possessed by a demon.
And weather one would believe such things exist or not, it is sure a scary and dismal situation to be in.




I just heard of it days ago from a new friend of mine and through a very sad story.
Got my gears working so fast. here's the poem:

somehow it made me think of red sand storms
source


Red Wind
True or psychological
Sucks the life
Out of a virtues girl
Demonic

spot on



See you tomorrow !

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Cinquain is a non-rhyming 5-lined poem pioneered by Adelaide Crapsey (1878 - 1914). There are many ways to write it, weather relaying on the number of words or syllables in each line, which makes it always end up in a diamond-like shape. In this A to Z challenge I will be following the two and sometimes a mix of both types. I’ll also add some cute cinquains by my grade 4 talented students. Hope you enjoy our poetry.

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