A quatrain consisting of four lines.
A sestet consists of six lines.
The rhyme structure for version two is two sestets of A-A-B-B-B-A and A-A-B-B-B-A. Followed by two quatrains of C-D-D-C and C-D-D-C.
Using version one
World’s Collide By Helen Ingram
A- When two world’s collide,
A- Unable to put issues aside,
B- Wartime vessels, and guns at the ready,
A- When children cried,
A- They witness people that have died,
B- Children running for comfort, holding their teddy.
A- All peace efforts have been denied,
A- Wanting to divide,
B- Unable to keep peace and stay steady,
A- An evil spirit lurks inside,
A- Wanting to misguide,
B- Evil spirit you so deadly.
C- Why can’t you mend?
D- Instead of wanting to destroy,
D- Need to give love to all and give out some toys,
C- Stop this bickering battle and befriend.
C- These views need to descend,
D- Need to start to enjoy,
D- Lets destroy this hatred and spread some joy,
C- Then finally things can start to amend.
As you can tell I have stuck to the structure which Dante uses in his version one of a sonnet.