An unrhymed Quatern

Responding to a challenge from reowr’s blog

All is truly well that ends well
Like earth and her dearest of souls,
Who shall blossom after the storm
And rejoice,and thrive evermore.

In the light of the aftermath,
All is truly well that ends well.
Now we shall hear the wedding bell
For a lover and the gentle maid

Whose bondage blooms with passing time,
Despite all pains of yesteryear,
All is truly well that ends well.
We shall forget all chores of life

And sing with pride,a song of praise
To the Maker in His great pomp,
It is indeed a joyous day,
All is truly well that ends well.

A poem by Lancelot

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7 thoughts on “An unrhymed Quatern

  1. Ah, and this just proves how beautifully the quatern can be applied to non-rhyming verse. You did a fantastic job with the form. May I add this to my challenge post?

  2. Pingback: No One Else: A Quatern and Challenge | Reowr

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