The Moon Embraced Her: Poetry Challenge, Triolet

My first attempt at a triolet for Jane Dougherty’s poetry challenge. I found it difficult to follow the format and rhyme scheme, especially using a painting prompt chosen by someone else. But, it was an interesting learning experience.

 

The moon embraced her in its light.

She yearned for love, but freedom, too.

Could she leave, could she take flight?

The moon embraced her in its light.

The castle floated, chances few

For her to leave. And yet tonight

The moon embraced her. In its light

She yearned. For love. But freedom, too.

 

 

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