Napowrimo# A Broken Promise

Prompt: Today, let’s try writing triolets. A triolet is an eight-line poem. All the lines are in iambic tetramenter (for a total of eight syllables per line), and the first, fourth, and seventh lines are identical, as are the second and final lines. This means that the poem begins and ends with the same couplet. Beyond this, there is a tight rhyme scheme (helped along by the repetition of lines)

 

You said we will go for shopping,
I waited, you never showed up,
Is it always a wrong timing?
You said we will go for shopping,
important was your horse taming,
Can you not give me a heads up?
You said we will go for shopping,
I waited you never showed up.
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