In the garden corner, perches on hind
legs; unmoving, watchful – what a find!
Husband on front porch, phone now inclined,
quietly takes photo unassigned.
Poised to hop at slightest noise or movement;
proves it can be sly; rabbit has dined.
Today’s poetic form is called: hir a thoddaid. It is a Welsh poetic form consisting of 6 lines. Lines 1-4 and 6 have nine syllables and share the same end rhyme. Line 5 has ten syllables. There is also a “b” rhyme somewhere near the end of the fifth line and beginning of the sixth line.