It's true push often comes to shove
(ambrosia that darlings eat)
then bitter. Hell distills from bliss.
is more than certain, let us kiss,
and not waste precious time on flaws
(that give the craven cause to pause)
when love tastes sweet as this.
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An ovillejo, as you probably know, is a Spanish fixed form, the final line of which is composed of lines 2, 4, and 6. Rhyme scheme is a,a, b,b, c,c,c, d,d ,c.
This ovillejo appeared 2009 in the (alas, defunct) print magazine Concise Delight, edited by Denis M. Garrison.