Snam suad: A Plea

Vaccine’s here
fight the fear
spawned the first
please do send
provide, spend
ease or end

The snam suad is an eight-line Irish poem and/or stanza. Here are basic guidelines:

all lines have 3 syllables with the following rhyme pattern: aabcdddc
lines four and eight are 3-syllable words, all other lines end in monosyllabic words
lines two and three share consonance
lines three and four, six and seven, and four and seven share alliteration
line seven uses alliteration

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19 thoughts on “Snam suad: A Plea

  1. It’s nice having a government that is so well organized for distribution. Like a well oiled machine…

    Wait… Umm. How many doses? When? Where? Who can get it?

    You know… Nevermind.

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    1. Thank goodness. Everything is going to be USA okay!

      I’m in the of least concern group, I’m scheduled to get my vaccination in 2023 πŸ‘

      Which is fine. I’ve heard once you get the vaccine and use the 5G network your head explodes.

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  2. Can’t wait, still waiting, continues waiting…….
    I became befuddled just reading the guidelines for this form. I’m sure you’re thrilled it’s Sunday!
    Twisty I’m giving you an A+ for this weeks poetry form battle! πŸ˜‰πŸ’™β­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈ

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    1. People in my extended family have had the vaccine so I’m sure it exists πŸ€”πŸ€£ patience blue eyes.
      I know, never have I spent so long on so few words.
      Very happy to be done with the these forms, they made the Welsh look like child’s play.
      Thank you. I just went out there and gave 110%
      I’m taking a break from forms for a while. Back to prompts πŸ˜‰πŸ’š

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    1. That’s why I’m here; testing the waters πŸ˜‰
      I think this form might work better for more silly/nonsense content. That being said, I doubt I will attempt another 🀣


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