Pleasing to the the eye, I must be –
Never looking at the real me.
Instead you judge by outward face,
Caught up in all the frills and lace.
Look inside my heart, I dare you.
There you will find beauty that’s true
This poem is written in Cyhydded Fer form. A Cyhydded Fer poem is a Welsh couplet (or 2-line stanza) form with 8 syllables per line and an aa end rhyme. As with many couplet forms, this type of poem can be written with the couplets as individual stanzas or packed together into longer (even-numbered) stanzas.
Until next time blessings and healing