Before you start to save my soul
from hell, it’s hardly worth it yet.
There so much life I want to get
to, if you’d spare the time. My goal
is this: to take a week to break
the rules. And laugh. I want to roll
back here, sky-high on being whole,
before you start to save my soul.
. . . . .
It has eight lines, arranged as two tercets followed by a couplet. Each line has eight syllables, normally in iambic or trochaic meter (but it's also OK just to count syllables if you prefer). The last line is a repeat of the first line, as much as possible.
The rhyme scheme is as follows:
a-c/c-a [note the middle line here has a mid-line rhyme:c-c]