Caveat: Poem #1199

Kiamon sometimes would ponder her fate,
doubtless compelled by her path not quite straight,
zigging and zagging through storm and through dust,
barely aware of her growing disgust.

– a rhymed pair of tetrameter couplets, continuing the introspections of Kiamon, a fictional being.
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Caveat: Poem #1198

Kiamon never paid heed to her fate,
still it caught up to her, blanking her slate:
sands of the desert, they cradled her head,
fallen and hurt, the sun left her for dead.

– a rhymed pair of tetrameter couplets, continuing the introspections of Kiamon, a fictional being.
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Caveat: Poem #1195

Kiamon never paid heed to her fate,
battling through time was her gods-given trait,
battles were all waged against demons and saints,
ethics neglected, devoid of constraints.

– a rhymed pair of tetrameter couplets, continuing the introspections of Kiamon, a fictional being.
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Caveat: Poem #1194

Kiamon never paid heed to her fate,
rather she tended to loiter and wait,
loathing decisions she wandered the streets,
dreaming solutions, accepting defeats.

– a rhymed pair of tetrameter couplets, continuing the introspections of Kiamon, a fictional being.
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