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
His fingers played with the business card as he debated one last time whether he wanted to make the call or not–or if this was even real. No phone number, but he knew the code. He read the card again, “Prime digits for a new life.” He left the card for the next sucker.
A harmonious chuckle responded. “No, young one. You are not dead. You are now under my protection.”
Ace spun around and gasped. “Persephone? But how?”
The woman laughed and helped Ace stand. They wandered about the garden while Persephone chattered on like a broken record about this plant and that flower. Really, Ace was too flabbergasted to hear a single word until she heard Eagen’s name. “He left for you.”