The trick thereafter
is in deciding how many of these stanzas you want to use. There are several described, and I chose one called Triquain
Swirl. This is created by joining the stanzas together on the seventh line,
eliminating the second 3 syllable line and the space between stanzas. The
finished stanza will stand at 13 lines and may be repeated thereafter.
Also, one can include an element
of repetition in the Swirl by taking a 3 syllable word or
phrase from one of the longer lines and using it as the final 3 syllable line
of the stanza or at the bridge of the swirl.