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  1. Tinker

    Due Tomorrow

    Due Tomorrow Deadlines hang over my head, each day something new is bred, bills and taxes seem to spread, I seek fun to do instead. Daily chores become best shed, work documents read and shred. Is there no end to this toil? That's the coil, then I'd be dead. ~~ Judi Van Gorder Framed in the #23 Official Welsh Meter Cyrch a chwta
  2. Tinker

    #23 The Cyrch a chwta

    Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Welsh Verse Features of the Welsh Meters Welsh Codified Divisions Cyrch a chwta, kirch-a-chóo-tah (two rhyme a chwta), the 23rd codified ancient Welsh Meter, an Awdl is thought to be Einion Offeiriad's invention, and was rarely used. The elements of the Cyrch a chwta are: stanzaic, written in any number of octaves made of a monorhymed sixain and an Awdl gywydd couplet. heptasyllabic, 7 syllables per line. rhymed, rhyme scheme aaaaaaba with the end syllable of L7 echoed somewhere in the early part of the L8. x x x
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