Cinquin is a five-lined poem that was made by Adelaide Crapsey. Cinquains are five lines long. They have 2 syllables in the first line, 4 syllables in second line, 6 syllables in the third line, 8 syllables in the fourth line, and 2 in the last line. Cinquains doesn't need to rhyme, but you can put rhymes. Cinquains could be a small story. Poets could add a describing words or descriptive words, an action, feeling caused by the action, and a conclution.
by Ron Song
There are blue waves
Crushes into the beach
Which is filled with a grain of sand