B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond: Poem – BakerStreet- “Dead End” #amwriting #poetry


Thanks to MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie for this week’s Shadorma alternative a “Baker Street” themed after Sherlock Holmes and the popular show on BBC with Sherlock Holmes. 

“The rules for this alternative to a Shadorma called “A Baker Street” are: Each stanza has three lines. Line 1: 2 syllables. Line 2: 2 syllables. Line 3: 1 syllable and includes a “b” in the word. You may choose to bend the rules and substitute any consonant or vowel for the “b” – so long as you use the same consonant or vowel in each third line. There are no specific rules regarding number of stanzas, rhyme, meter, linking stanzas, not linking stanzas, etc.” 

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Credit: MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie

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Spying,

Devised, 

Deed. 

—–

Desperate

Seeking, 

Done. 

—–

Guilty, 

Games are

Dead.

—-

Caught by

Mastermind

Damned. 

Hang man’s 

Noose will, 

End.

—–

Devise

Escape, 

Blend —

—–

In with, 

The crowd, 

Hide. 

—-

Soon he, 

Will find, 

Dread. 

—–

Running, 

Seeking, 

Find —

——

Hiding

Place safe, 

Send —

—–

Letter, 

Rules you, 

Bend. 

—-

Law means, 

Little, 

Add–

—-

Awful, 

Crimes up, 

Done.

—-

You’re locked, 

He’s caught, 

Wind.

—–

You’re dead, 

Written, 

Down. 

—–
The End;

It’s near, 

Spend–

——

Time left, 

Well; you’re —

Done

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved. 

5 thoughts on “B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond: Poem – BakerStreet- “Dead End” #amwriting #poetry

  1. clcouch123 November 3, 2016 / 6:24 pm

    Mysterious poem (form) about mysteries. I kept thinking that someone like Moriarty was being profiled as well as Holmes. True work to the detective-fiction calling, Amanda!

    Liked by 1 person

    • mandibelle16 November 3, 2016 / 10:15 pm

      Thanks again. It’s a bit if both I think. They are each other’s nemesis. And share many qualities, they had to to keep up with each other so of course they share both good and bad things about them.

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