#OctPoWriMo Day 25/ Saturday Mix: Poem – Triolet – “Waves and White Sandy Beaches” #SaturdayMix #poetry #amwriting


OctPoWriMo Day 25 has prompt them on satisfaction and delicious food. Also, combining with Sarah of MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie Saturday Mix Prompt on opposing words.  The words are above and below and shallow and deep from the October 14, 2027 Prompt. 

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“ Triolet is a traditional poetry form that consists of one stanza that is eight lines long. It has the rhyme scheme ABaAabAB, in which the first, fourth and seventh lines are the same and the second and eighth line are the same.

In the example, we show you how this breaks down, and show you the rhyme scheme:
Line 1 (A): Take me back to those yesterdays. Line 2 (B): When love, and life and I was new Line 3 (a): and full of easy, girl-child ways. Line 4 (A): Take me back to those yesterdays Line 5 (a): before carefree lost to lean-hipped sway Line 6. (b): before I gave me, stained-red to you. Line 7 (A): Take me back to those yesterdays, Line 8 (B): When love and life I was new.”

(Herheartpoetry.com) 

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Credit: Ethan Robertson via UnSplash

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 Gazing above to warm white sand beaches. 

Waves lullabies in the shallows, granting rest. 

Stress below surface melts with Bellinis peach. 

Gazing above to warm white sand beaches,  

Reading, wadding avoiding ocean deep

Breathing in seasurf, breezes relaxing breath. 

Gazing above to warm white sand beaches. 

Waves lullabies in the shallows, granting rest. 

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©Mandibelle16.(2017) All Rights Reserved. 


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Poem: To Chocolate


Do you remember when we were chocolate – carefree? The doors that were closed to us. The windows that disappeared? And the world was before us, a giant piece of chocolate cake. The richest chocolates melting enticingly; with each bite the fork was licked clean.

But then we realized the world doesn’t always taste nice. That people don’t always eat the best chocolate. They fritter their calories away on sugar. And so much wasted time on cheap chocolate held us back from the habits we learned: Only eat healthy food, and for dessert only eat delicious chocolate, what is the best. Think: the richest chocolate lava cake with fantastic vanilla gelato, and caramel.

But finding the best chocolate is a hard test of time. You eat bitter and old chocolate just because it’s available. People offer Nestle when they should be offering Lindt, Godiva, and Purdys. You learn to say no, and save your chocolate for the finest chocolatiers. But you gorge on the delicasies when gorgeous chocolate hits your tastebuds. 

You feel sick after too much rich chocolate. You drink a glass of milk. Wash away the richness, the divine melting on your tongue. We are feast or famine when it comes to wonderful chocolate. It’s hard to save your chocolate for a tiny piece each day. Might as well get it over with, eat the entire box.

And I don’t eat chocolate often, but I like the endorphins. I like the best kinds of chocolate dark with lots of cocoa. I like it when the Cocoa tree is stripped of cocoa beans and the maker takes the cocoa beans and dries them in the sun; I don’t like the smokey flavour drying it by the fire leaves,  it ruins chocolate, a sin.

 I am picky about my chocolate and certain, it’s the extra food group. So many of us understand, a taste of fine chocolate is the door to many worlds with several windows left open too. Remember when you were young, you dreamed in chocolate. Because today just in a moment delicious  dark chocolate satiates your hunger and makes everything yum.