Badriomaku (a new format for you)

Today I read Bastet’s sad, moving Badriomaku – I shall now work on a Badriomaku for Day 8 of #NaPoWriMo – please read Bastet’s posts. G:)

Graeme Sandford


With a syllable count of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5, the Hungarian Badriomaku is interesting in that it gives you a structure that doesn’t fit any preconceived ideas. Below is an example.

What’s the word?
The password, you mean?
Today’s password is…
Correct! Come on in!

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