Tritina

A Tritina has three stanzas using the same three end words in a pattern, and a final line which uses the three words in the starting sequence: A, B, C, then C, A, B, then B, C, A, and ending with a single line that ends in the phrase ABC.

behind the wall
where flowers grow
and light explores

a dream explores
and there is no wall
where flowers grow

and the light grows
and dreams explore
by the wall

which is not a wall, it grows and dreams and explores

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