OK, you know the rhyme scheme. So you know the poem isn't "free form." A free verse or "free form" poem has no rhyme scheme. It also doesn't have meter; it doesn't have a steady, consistent rhythm. But if you read this poem aloud, you'll hear that each line has...
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 23/02/2012
1. go way you short person! you're so ugly!! 2. Go away!! I hate you! 3. You whore!! Have you come and slept with my love? Hope this helps!!
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 05/06/2011
(Continuing from Sonnet 98) This is how I scolded the presumptuous violet: “Sweet thief, where did you steal your sweet smell from if not from my beloved’s breath? You obviously got that purple color you’re so proud of by...
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 05/02/2011
Iambic refers to a two-syllable group with the second syllable accented and the first unaccented or less so. Pentameter or "five meter" lines contain five iambics. So the sonnet quoted is very regular though not perfectly...
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 23/03/2010
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