A hendecasyllable, Wikipedia explains, is a line of eleven syllables, used in Ancient Greek and Latin quantitative verse as well as in medieval and modern European poetry.


The hendecasyllables received are posted below. See Submissions to submit your pantoum. They should be reasonably family-friendly, not overtly gruesome or sexual. 🙂 Once accepted, it will be published on the home page with links here (your name, poem title, line count).


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