I apparently left the phone on a table in the library. It’s now safely back in my pocket.
Until my love
Twelve days until 11
Time cannot pass quickly enough
And then it passes
I made a discovery by accident. Adding a five syllable line toward the end of a cinquain, making it 2-4-6-8-5-2, ends a stanza with a more natural feel to it. I wonder if there is already a name for this form?