expressed in lines
heavy with emotion,
a short simplistic but heartfelt
I wrote the cinquain (pronounced: siŋ-kān; or "sing-CANE") using the American Cinquain Form: A poem of five lines...
Line 1: one stress (usually iambic meter with the first syllable unstressed), two syllables
Line 2: two stresses, four syllables
Line 3: three stresses, six syllables
Line 4: four stresses, eight syllables
Line 5: one stress, two syllables
Thanks to Bekkie Sanchez for reminding me of the form...