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  1. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Welsh Verse Features of the Welsh Meters Welsh Codified Divisions Englyn cyrch, én-glin circh (two rhyme englyn), the 5th codified Official Welsh Meter, an Englyn is verse that employs cyrch which means internal rhyme. The elements of the Englyn cyrch are: stanzaic, written in any number of quatrains made up of 2 Cywydd couplets, the Cywydd deuair hirion and Awdl gywydd. syllablic, 7 syllable lines. rhymed, AaBA with the end syllable of L3 rhymed somewhere in the first half of L4. x x x x x x A (stressed last syllable) x x x x x X a (unstressed last syllable) x x x x x x B x x B x x x A ( B ) can be in the 2nd 3rd or 4th syllables Fel y cuddia'r llwyni gleision ddolennog grwydriad Cynon dymunwn innau lechu'r ferch enynnodd serch fy nghalon Fall by Judi Van Gorder The wild wind and rain suppress the dancing leaves in darkness, telling time to disappear while they clear away excess. The Saguaro Cactus by Stephen Arndt Curses on the god of sun, His burn a crime like arson! Yet you battle him till night And fight until you have won. Curses on the gods of wind, Whose force is unimagined! When they bluster through your place, You face the attack, thick-skinned. Curse the gods of sand and dust, Who storm when winds wail loudest! Let them cloud the air and vaunt, Undaunted, you stand robust. Ball your fists to curse and cuss, Strong-armed Saguaro Cactus! Rail against the desert sky, Defy it for all of us!
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