Pantheon: A Clogyrnach

Pantheon, History, Monument, Architecture

Pantheon by Jacques GAIMARD from Pixabay 

 

Pillars rise to the gods on high
Farbic of faith reaching the sky
Worship’s erection
Place of reflection –
Affection –
Amplify

 

Clogyrnach

A clogyrnach is poem. This Welsh poetic form is typically a six-line syllabic stanza with an ab rhyme scheme:

Line 1: 8 syllables with an a rhyme
Line 2: 8 syllables with an a rhyme
Line 3: 5 syllables with a b rhyme
Line 4: 5 syllables with a b rhyme
Line 5: 3 syllables with a b rhyme
Line 6: 3 syllables with an a rhyme

 

Padre

 

Saturday Mix – Clogyrnach (pronounced: clog-IR-nach)

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