Poem: Untitled Triolet (June ’11 Poem-a-day, Day 7)

Originally posted as a contest entry to win a copy of Seanan McGuire’s A Local Habitation.

Unearthly wiles, a deathly spell
Displace the knight and find the Daye
A magic haven, fairy hell
Unearthly wiles, a deathly spell
To seek the knowe, to know it well
The shadowed hills may hold a way
Unearthly wiles, a deathly spell
Displace the knight, and find the Daye

[BONUS POEMLET]
Google loves me, this I know,
For my searching tells me so.
When I’ve lost a poem I
Find it in two second’s time.

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Posted on 2011/06/07, in Poem-a-day, Poetry, Poetry Forms, Published Elsewhere, Silliness, Triolet and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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