A Book of Cinquains

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Xlibris Corporation, 2005 - Poetry - 164 pages
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The cinquain is a five-line twenty-two syllable verse form created by Adelaide Crapsey in response to the tanka and haiku forms which were then coming into vogue among English-language poets. Because it is a western form, the cinquain is more expansive and rhetorical. It lends itself to a variety of uses. A Book of Cinquains contains poems that are descriptive, humorous, meditative and dramati

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can you please write a cinquain (on) a book. please..........:(

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