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Hush across green dusted woods,
Deer came into the area,
Knowing not that their lives were spared.
Coming soundlessly they stood,
Hunters close, could taste venison.
Deer eyes clear, no shown surrender.
Know not I why they came and looked,
Ate the grass carelessly and stared,
At camaflouged men threats bared.
Humans so close, guns nearby shook,
Tried to shoot, bambi eyes unhinged,
Couldnt think, at innocence cringed.
Majesty of moment brooked,
Deers watched the men, discussing them,
Drew closer —curious are men.
Deers unharmed, it was understood.
No hunter there a weapon raised,
Then as light, deer faded away.
“The Constanza, created by Connie Marcum Wong, consists of five or more 3-line stanzas. Each line has a set meter of eight syllables. The first lines of all the stanzas can be read successively as an independent poem, with the rest of the poem weaved in to express a deeper meaning. The first lines convey a theme written in mono-rhyme, while the second and third lines of each stanza rhyme together.
Rhyme scheme: a/b/b, a/c/c, a/d/d, a/e/e, a/f/f (etc.)
Please see Shadow Poetry for more information.
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