Abhanga: So Lucky

I pray you were able
to have a good night’s rest
and are feeling your best,
you know you should

I congratulate you
on waking up today.
Not everybody may
be so lucky

Abhanga: “the completion” is a stanzaic form commonly used for devotional, cynicism, satire and reflective moods. It was popular from the 13th through to the 17th century, in the Marathi Region of India.

The Abhanga is:

Written in any number of quatrain.
6/6/6/4 syllables per line.
The second and third line rhyme.
Often internal rhyme is employed.

25 thoughts on “Abhanga: So Lucky

    1. Thank you.
      We had a foot deep blanket of snow and minus 17 here. The sunshine is beautiful reflecting off the fresh snow.
      Looks like a great day.
      Have a good one,

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