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Morning Shadormas

Shadorma is a poetic form, possibly Spanish in origin,
built on a syllabic line count: 3/5/3/7/5
Warning: In the right mood, it’s as addictive as rhyme!

Most mornings
On long rambling walks
We solve the world’s big problems.
Neighbors, you’re welcome

Sweep the streets
Of loose rusted nails
Screws, thumbtacks
Be the savior of tires, praised
By wheels of all stripes

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