Meet me at the station she said.
I will he replied, his mind in her bed.
Smothering a smile she shifted her legs
I need you honey, come he begs, begs.
Here feet tip tap along, in a hurry
He is off and out the office, scurry
Together in a lustful embrace
Hot breath in her ear, your place, place.
Difficult to walk when so aroused
Her nipples harden under her blouse
Rushing now they can’t wait, breathing
Touching, exciting , needing, needing.
Finally behind the door once more
Clothes scattered hastily on the floor
Legs wide soon passions are sated
Time now back to their lives, hated, hated .
I saw the Monotetra on Ramblings from a Mum’s page and wanted to have a try.
My poem, The lovers , is inspired by the statue at St Pancras Station London
Fingers crossed I got it right!
The monotetra is a poetic form developed by Michael Walker.
Here are the basic rules:
Comprised of quatrains (four-line stanzas) in tetrameter (four metrical feet) for a total of 8 syllables per line.
Each quatrain consists of mono-rhymed lines (so each line in the first stanza has the same type of rhyme, as does each line in the second stanza, etc.)
The final line of each stanza repeats the same four syllables
This poem can be as short as one quatrain and as long as a poet wishes
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