Shadorma Poetry

by • April 20, 2011 • Love Poems, Shadorma Poetry, Teen PoemsComments (7)6131

Shadorma Poetry

Shadorma Poetry – Love Poems

Shadorma Poetry

The Shadorma is a Spanish poetic form with one or more stanza of six lines (or sestet) with 3/5/3/3/7/5 syllable lines respectively and no set rhyme scheme. A poem can have many stanzas, as long as each one follows the meter. Shadorma poem example

Love never fails

I saw you
While my eyes were closed
You were there
You broke in
While my heart was protected
As love never fails

© 2011 Marinela Reka

Shadorma Poetry

Shadorma Poetry


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7 Responses to Shadorma Poetry

  1. Hilary says:

    Hi Marinela .. love can do that can’t it .. sneak past when we’re not looking – embedded within our hearts for ever .. great thought .. thanks – Hilary

  2. Beautiful sentiments in this poem.
    Great job

  3. lexus says:

    pretty shells palmtrees sound of the ocean hit shore big waves sandy feet! my poem about the ocean

  4. lexus says:

    also i love your poem i was looking for somthing for poems at school and this is what popped up:)

  5. Fabienne says:

    Beautiful poems, as pure as a vast windless silent slopping sunny snow field…where a snow drop in a little patch of golden straw says: “Hi Spring!”

  6. Pietro says:

    “I saw you / While my eyes were closed”: such a beautiful image, Marinela.

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