Oddquain, invented by Glenda L. Hand, is a 5-line, usually non-rhyming, poem consisting of 17 total syllables. The syllabic structure is 1-3-5-7-1.
There are several variations of the oddquain. The links below describe those in greater detail:
Each link below is a separate example of a basic oddquain poem:
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