Let’s fly away, down the valley

Today for W, I have  Wrapped Refrain

Let’s fly away, to skyline new 
tangerine sky and stars a few, 
along moss laden cobbled trail 
mellow moonlight on Daisies frail 
riding upon Aubergine sunrays, twilights sway 
towards a faraway horizon… let’s fly away

Down the valley, overlooking,
pristine rivulets gurgling,
perched on tree top, sang a Bluebird,
while listened Meerkats – enamoured,
earthly fragrance; nestled between hills and deep sea
carving a new dream in the wild… down the valley

The Wrapped Refrain, created by Jan Turner, consists of 2 or more stanzas of 6 lines each; Meter: 8,8,8,8,12,12 and Rhyme Scheme: a,a,b,b,c,c.
Refrain rule: In each stanza the first 4 syllables (or 4 single-syllable words) in the first line must be the last 4 syllables (or 4 single-syllable words) at the end of the last line. This is what wraps each stanza with a repeated refrain …thus, the Wrapped Refrain.
Optional: The first stanza refrain and last stanza refrain can be joined (or loosely joined) together for the title of the poem.

::Don’t Miss out on previous poetry types::

Day 1 – A for Acrostic                                        

Day 2 – B for Blitz  
Day 3 – C for CinqTroisDecaLaRhyme                     

Day 4 – D For Diamente   
Day 5 – E for Essence                                       
Day 6 – F for Florette 
Day 7 – G for Ghazal 
Day 8 – H for Haiku 
Day 9 – I for Inverted Refrain  
Day 10 – J for Joseph Star
Day 11 – K for Kyrielle 
Day 12 – L for Lanturne
Day 13 – M for Minute Poetry
Day 14 – N  for Nove Otto
Day 15 – O for Octelle
Day 16 – P for Palindrome
Day 17 – Q for Quatrain
Day 18 – R for Rictameter 
Day 19 – S for Shape Poetry
Day 20 – T for Trifall  
Day 21 – U for U, yes U

Day 23 – V for Villanelle 

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