Teasing (A Tyburn)

Playful captive, seizing, teasing. Damn. . .
Yielding to his squeezing, pleasing hand.


A Tyburn is a six lined poem with a set syllable count per line. The first four lines have two syllables each and all rhyme. The ending two lines have nine syllables each but four per line are already spoken for because the first four words are reused. So you must choose your words wisely.

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