|The poetic form called a Tyburn consists of six lines containing 2, 2, 2, 2, 9, 9 syllables. The first four lines are two-syllable descriptive words that rhyme, and they appear as syllables 5-8 in each line of the couplet.
Frankly, I've been bitten, smitten, terse
Shaping up this written, fittin' verse.
In December's airy, glary days,
Romans feast in very merry daze.
Slaves at masters rightly, slightly sneer;
Saturn's feast they nightly, brightly cheer.
Saturn's statue tethered, fettered so,
Rome's assurance harbored, sheltered, lo.