To see the making of creation
Witness the breaking foundation
Be present, when it begun
Watch stars, be hung and flung
What a session
In the valley of the lost we stand
Hearts of sadness, is this your plan?
Darkness moves across the land
Pull me from this quicksand
Rescue me, with might
Shine light, give sight
Rise up now, it’s time to shout about
Answer your call, now shout it out
Join God’s army, blazing fire
Shake the curse of the liar
Follow your desire
Take you higher
Pronunciation of Nonet: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nonet#h1
Origin and use of the word nonet:
The origin of nonet appears to be related to a nine-instrument orchestrated piece of music in the 1800’s in Europe.
Dictionaries and Wikipedia sources do not agree. However, Merriam-Webster states that History and Etymology for nonet is: Italian nonetto, from nono ninth, from Latin nonus. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonet_(music).
Regarding it’s application to poetry not much seems to be known of the history of the nonet. It is possible the form originated from Western interest in haiku or tanka, and other forms with an emphasis on syllable counts.