Dragon – Poetry Challenge 14

My poem this week is a didactic cinquain, one of many different types of cinquains. This form has eleven words, five lines, and is non-rhyming. The pattern of numbers of words for each line is 1, 2, 3, 4, 1. The content for each line is as follows: 1-noun; 2-two adjectives that describe line one; 3-includes an action; 4-longer description; 5-noun that relates to line one. Thanks for the reminder, JanBeek! I’ll have to add it to my list of poetry types.


Formidable, cunning

Wings catapult aloft

Protects treasure with fire


Text Copyright © 2023 Karolyn Herrera

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