Fun with Forms #2: The Awdl Gywydd (level 2)
The AWDL GYWYDD (OW-dull GOW-with) is an old Welsh poetry form that combines simple syllable counts, with internally linked rhymes. Each verse is built of four 7-syllable lines, with a rhyme scheme of a, (a)b, c, (c)b. The internal rhyme can occur on syllable 3 or 4. - Here is a sample: https://theprose.com/post/182706/sweet-recollections (Please tag me in the comments of your entry)
AWDL GYWYDD (An Attempt)
Gently sways the lush, green grass
to be layed by the breezes,
fertile bed that covers all,
that when wet, bare toes teases.