Should I Become A One-Night Stand?

Troubadour french Poetry form

Victoria Mineva

15 days ago|less than a minute read


Inspired by Troubadours in old times.

The time between people flies

No runaway train arrives

The Romantic troubadour sang

Should I be a one-night stand?

Sadness in the young woman’s eye

The realization there is no fairy tale

Romanticist today is too bland

Should I be a one-night stand?

Red laces are cut into slices

Passionate affair surely blinds

The monk of empty lines bangs

Should I be a one-night stand?

Love partnership heartfully dies

Couples’ non-talking sincerely arrives

Duality’s standard bard has the fang

Should I be a one-night stand?


Victoria Mineva

Hi, I'm Victoria Mineva. I write on a variety of topics and Poetry. My hobbies are Zumba, Reading, Traveling, and Wine tasting. I write to inspire people to think and become better versions of themselves. My secret message in every post I write is Humanity and the Good in the people.



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