The Poets Garret

I don’t know if any of you have ever heard of this site, but I thought this was a way cool resource for poetry enthusiasts.
It’s called The Poets Garret.  It has some forms you’ve most likely have heard of.  It has some forms you possibly haven’t heard of.  I’ve been perusing through some myself and came across a Celtic form called the Ae Freslighe (pronounced ay fresh lee) and decided to give it a quick go.
If you check it out, I hope you enjoy perusing the different forms the site explores.  Pretty good stuff.  In the mean time, my Ae Freslighe, Pride and Dust:

What virtues lost, cowering
beneath where pride has risen.
What time we lose, towering
o’er ash we have been given.

We drink of dust greedily
and thirst for nothing liquid,
and decay we speedily;
away with us, we wicked.

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