A Chydedd Fer Sonnet is composed of 7 couplets, a total of 14 lines, with a rhyme scheme of AABBCCDDEEFFGG. This type of sonnet is usually written in octometer (eight syllables per line), though, according to some, it isn’t supposed to be metered.
(Also, I meant for this to be form 53; that’s why I skipped 52.)
The heart has traveled many roads;
The poet, written many odes.
And love remains a world away,
Yet closer still day after day.
He dreams to hold his lover’s hand;
Bend, kneel, and grope when come demand.
How droll, that he now dreams again
Of future, without seeking when;
To love one he has never met—
And love he does without regret.
The poet gives himself a shove;
The poet writes again for love.
The poet writes to ease the strain.
He waits and writes without disdain.
Imaginary Garden with Real Toads