In my (apparently) continuing quest to write poems based on hideously complicated poetic forms, I wrote a luc bat today. At least, I think it was. There's always a faint chance that I've written the instructions down wrong. Anyway, it goes a bit like this:
The first line has six syllables (not feet)
The next has eight. Syllable six of this line rhymes with Syllable six of the last.
The next line has six. Syllable six rhymes with syllable eight of the last.
The next has eight. Syllable six rhymes with syllable six of the last.
or, to count out the syllables with the rhyming ones as letters
The really fun bit comes at the end, where you try to set it up so that the rhyme on the initial six syllable rhyme would work as the next rhyme. Got all that? I'm glad one of us did. All the fun of doing the crossword, plus you get a nice poem at the end of it.