Tyburn

A Tyburn is a six line poem with a syllable count of 2, 2, 2, 2, 9, 9. The first four lines are descriptive words, the fifth line includes the first two lines and the sixth line includes lines three and four. Tyburns are always titled.

The Path

curvy
swervy
it twists
and turns
curvy swervy road into darkness
it twists and turns we stumble onward

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