How He Loves Her A Poem By: Forlay

How He Loves Her

By: Forlay


Rachel, the warrior, with blood on her hands
David, a rat, and a traitor at heart
She's fought many battles in far off lands
He's in a form he never shall part
David, a rat, and a traitor at heart
Rachel was distant, could not be told
He's in a form he never shall part
He could never be so bold
Rachel was distant, could not be told
David, his rat fur white as the snow
He could never be so bold
How could he ever let her know?
David, his rat fur white as the snow
She's fought many battles in far off lands
How could he ever let her know?
Rachel, the warrior, with blood on her hands


Author's Note: This poem, called a Pantoum poem, was in response to my little D/R challenge. What's a Pantoum poem? A really spiffy poem I learned in English class with a rhyme scheme of ababbcbccdcddada, meaning that all the 'a's rhyme with eachother, the 'b's rhyme with eachother, etc. And you really only write 8 lines, since each line is repeated. Pretty spiffy, no?