A state of being familiar with poetics contained in this glossary.
Stanzas that use the syllabic line. Unlike the English syllabic verse, Welsh-forms are governed by rules concerning the relationship between cesura and accent, and employ rhyme schemes subtler and richer than those in which we are familiar.
|Whimsy or Whimsey|
A fantastic or fanciful creation of writing or art.
A skillful writer who works with words.
The forced change in the normal accent of a syllable or syllables to make a word conform to the prevailing metrical patern.