Planting gardens, sowing, hoeing grounds. (9 syllables) Sunshine keeps all growing, mowing mounds.(9 syllables)' - Marion Gibson
A Tyburn Poem is a six-line poetic form where the first four lines consist of just a single, two syllabled word each that all rhyme. Line 5 has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 1 and 2. Line 6 also has nine syllables, with the fifth to eighth syllables using the words from lines 3 and 4. ( A syllable is a word or part of a word which contains one vowel sound)
A RHYMING COUPLET is a unit of two lines of poetry, especially lines that use the same or similar meter, form a rhyme, or are separated from other lines by a double line break. A couplet may be open or closed, meaning that each line may make up a complete sentence, or the sentence may carry from one line into the next.