The Plea of Sinbad: A Pantoum

9 thoughts on “The Plea of Sinbad: A Pantoum”

  1. Sangbad, this is really interesting. I especially enjoy the repetition that comes in the Pantoum. (I need to try to write one of these, you have made me realize!) The feeling from this poem you have written is so evocative – that is, it feels like one is lost in a fog, with shipmates, not sure what is happening or what is ahead, fearful, eerie, mysterious. Wanting to know what is happening! I love this phrase “don’t close your ears” – keep trying to understand, don’t run away from it! Even though it IS scary. Like it!

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