Clogyrnach Notes

A Welsh form the Clogyrnach is a six-line syllabic stanza over an ab rhyme scheme.
Lines one and two consist of 8-syllables each, lines three and four are 5-syllables each, and lines five and six are 3-syllables each. Lines five and six can be combined into one line at the poet’s discretion

The rhyme scheme is



Radiant Brow by JezzieG

From the mystic valleys of Wales
He came to tell history’s tales
Of peasants and kings
And magical things
The Bard sings
Still in Wales

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