(193) Dapper X Mas - Part I: My Carol

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Journal 48
A Collection of New Alliterative Verse
by ArchDuke Kenneth Khanh Du

“My reflection upon the current climate which send heat waves simmering throughout time.”

New Alliterative Verse has five set parameters defined by me:
1. A couplet line poem with 20 lines or less
2. Each line contained no more than eight syllables
3. Each line has alliteration of either consonant or vowel
4. The alliteration must be tied to the next line (hence couplet)
5. Rhymed or unrhymed

Alliterative Verse as a form was adopted by me from the skalds of Norway. Skalds were the Viking's poet-musicians and their poetic form began somewhere in the 9th Century. The original form(s) with many however remain unstructured and often confusing /or ambiguous.

(193)  Dapper X Mas  

Part I:  My Carole

Yo bebop!  Drop me a beat sketch!

Rocking on stage.  Melting the edge.

I’m making creativity

To command positivity!

Together, let’s make a difference!

One color, the ambivalent.

Norcal chomper mellifluous

Intel sublimation through us

Sappy trigger think denouement.

Once I return euphoria.

Make – um break – me believe.

Mont paradox clear du stain grief

What – gets to me! – I relieve.

Con wait tint force you preconceive.

Surreptitiously Dr. Du

Harrow freak sur chance in the groove.

I fall down!  Get drown!  You smell hoi.

I get up!  Stand up!  Don’t be spoil.

Send my shock slogged love do ya know?

Text think things thug’s marrow carol.  

 

12/25/20 by ArchDuke Kenneth Khanh Du

 


Submitted: December 26, 2020

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