This form was invented by Jennifer L. Hedin, aka on Allpoetry as Pure_Hope
A Four Stanza form, with two quatrains enveloping two tercets.
The syllable counts and rhyme-pattern for each stanza is:
There is no metric requirement.
"Dress for camping," I advised, "Wear red.
So she put on a pencil dress.
She wanted me home instead.
Her ploy was a success.
I stayed home and was not sad.
I was I'll admit, quite content.
Next time I said "Camping won't be bad."
"Dress in red. Wear boots- You will be glad."
She dressed in leather; time well spent
and wore the best boots she had.
Even though she brought rope,
Figuring to snare our lunch?
I stayed home again. I'm no dope.
And there I enjoyed my honeybunch.
© Lawrencealot - September 14, 2012