Reblog: Evening: A Mirror Cinquain | Padre’s Ramblings

Padre was the first to respond this week to Ritu’s fabulous photo. His Mirror Cinquain has been on my mind all week. Where I saw shadows and mystery, Padre saw a normal evening in the suburbs.

Padre, you can pick the photo image for next month’s challenge. Please email me at tankatuesdaypoetry@gmail.com with your photo. Please add any copyright information to go along with the photo. Thanks.

Image Credit: © Ritu Bhathal

Evening

Evening
Houselights appear
Baths done, pajamas on
Children to be soon tucked in bed
Quiet

Moment
Drink before the television
School lunches still to pack
Doors checked – secured
Goodnight

©2020 Padre’s Ramblings

A mirror cinquain is a syllabic poem form which consists of a  2/4/6/8/2 cinquain poem followed by a 2/8/6/4/2 reverse cinquain.

See you for tomorrow’s new challenge!

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