Who would be the French poet, or what would be the work of French poetry, which has the following characteristic to the most noticeable degree: It--
has a simple and strict meter
and a singsongy feel to it
so that a beginning student hearing it can readily perceive the line breaks even without understanding the meaning?
For example, it probably would not be Fontaine's Fables because the number of syllables per line varies too much.
I have so formulated the question that one can actually try to answer it; but would also appreciate any helpful suggestions--names of poets, poems, a particular style, links to a reading, etc. Thank you.