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  1. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Irish Verse Forms Deachnadh Cummaisc and Deachnadh Mor is an ancient form defined by the use of consonant rhyme, . (easier said than done.) The elements of the Deachnadh Cummaisc are: written in any number of quatrains. syllabic 8-4-8-4 or 8-4-4-8 written with consonance rhyme (rhyming the first or last consonant of the line only. (vowel sounds should not be rhymed.) abab cdcd etc usually written with 2 syllable end words. when L3 is written with a 2 syllable end word, aicill rhyme is emplo
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