sing a song of love, tune of life in dark of
burnt images, past days hidden behind a
veil of satin, look forth in eyes of death, at
dawn, closing time of- – –
* Poetic form- Sappho Stanza. The first three lines have two trochees (stressed followed by unstressed syllable) followed by a dactyl (two stressed followed by an unstressed syllable), further followed by two trochees. The fourth line has a dactyl followed by a trochee.
* I tried. That counts, right? Got to know about the form from Monday Poetry Prompt # 20 at We drink because we’re poets. I just researched a little further.