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  1. Gratitude in Social Distancing In tones from high to low - pounding, banging, clanging sounds, fast and slow celebrate brave souls we know. We cheer, we clap, stand in a row. Wooden spoon striking metal pan - clanking. A Thank You for human kindness serving everyman, to heal, protect our lifespan. ~~Judi Van Gorder Notes: ▼ Englyn unodl union, én-glin éen-oddle éen-yon (straight one rhyme englyn)the 3rd codified Official Welsh Meter, is the most popular of the Englyn meters and is often referred to as simply Englyn. It can range from lyrica
  2. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Welsh Verse Features of the Welsh Meters Welsh Codified Divisions Englyn unodl union, én-glin éen-oddle éen-yon (straight one rhyme englyn)the 3rd codified Official Welsh Meter, is the most popular of the Englyn meters and is often referred to as simply Englyn. It can range from lyrical to didactic and sometimes satirical. It is said to require "pithy expression and concise thinking." Singing in Chains by M. Hopwood. The uneven lines are referred to as the paladr or shaft and the even lines are the esgyll or wings of the stanza. Important features of th
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