The Con-Verse, created by Connie Marcum Wong, consists of three or more 2-line rhyming stanzas (couplets). The meter of this form is in syllabic verse.
Rhyme scheme: aa,bb,cc,dd,ee
(Syllabic verse only counts the number of syllables in a line.)
This form consists of three or more couplets which ascend by one syllable up to and until you reach a syllabic count of eleven which would contain ten lines.
This process may be repeated for a longer verse. If repeated, you must begin your first couplet with the syllabic count of seven again and continue from there.
Double lock safe for my bike
I don’t worry when I hike
Some secrets kept behind locked door
I’ve lost the key for the drawer
I saw a golden locked little girl
She smiled at me as she danced and twirled
(c) ladyleeemanila 2016