And so she navigated to our shore,
Fair winds had brought her safely to the East,
She’d carried brushes, paints and clever lore,
With Winston, truest friend and feline beast.
Then once she’d found a land with opened doors,
She made, for friends and Kings, her art into a feast.
This is the land for which she’d ever longed;
The sweetness of a home where she belonged.
Thus, at the Sixth Ethereal Court of the Eastern Consuls of the East, Tindal and Alberic, do induct Cezilia Raposa into our Order of the Silver Brooch.
Verse form Ottava Rima https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ottava_rima
The ottava rima stanza in English consists of eight iambic lines, usually iambic pentameters. Each stanza consists of three alternaterhymes and one double rhyme, following the ABABABCC rhyme scheme. So in this case:
A: Rhymes with Shore
B: Rhymes with East
C Rhymes with Longed.