eight syllable couplets and an aa rhyme scheme
I Escaped Abuse to Love Him Freely, Which is to Say, I Escaped Abuse to Love Myself.
I remembered how to play through
the beaten days where I construe
a memory bound within us
by all that which I can't discuss.
These precious secrets I protect
while speaking double dialet
And though your kiss in retrospect
is where our hearts would reconnect
Two windlings who so loved the sky
we painted feathers on our thighs.
to harness the breadth of our sex
and all the worship such effects.
A Cyhydedd Fer is a Welsh poetic form with a simple construction of eight (8) syllables in each line and an aa rhyme scheme on the end of the lines, meaning each couplet ends in words that rhyme with one another.
About the author
Pea is an artist focused on building an art therapy platform through transformative art and positive erotica to help victims of sexual violence reclaim their power. She lives on a small island and hides from loud noises.