TyburnA tyburn is a six line poem that follows a clear syllable count. The first four lines rhyme. The first four lines are also descriptive words.
The last two lines rhyme, The last two lines are nine syllables. The sixth through eighth syllables use the words you used from lines 1 through 4. In any order, but it has to be those words. The last two lines have to rhyme with each other, but do not have to have the same rhyme scheme with the first four lines.
|line 1 -||2 syllables|
|line 2 -||2 syllables|
|line 3 -||2 syllables|
|line 4 -||2 syllables|
|line 5 -||9 syllables|
|line 6 -||9 syllables|
A missile will fissile into parts
like a whistle is wistful in hearts
LOL we tried !!