You question me throughout it all,
try to rebuke,
what occurrence we may befall,
you call a fluke.
I lie when I say it’s a skill.
You’re right, I suck.
The outcome, while it is my will,
is still dumb luck.
The decnad cummaisc is an Irish poetic form that employs quatrains with both end and internal rhymes. Here are the guidelines:
Eight syllables in the first and third lines.
Four syllables in the second and fourth lines, which both end rhyme.
The final word of line three rhymes with the middle of line four.
Irish Poetry Forms