Emotion Poem An emotion poem is used to describe various emotions, good or bad, using descriptive language. There are a couple different emotion poem formats to follow, and you could always come up with your own.
The haiku is a species of tercet, and so are some varieties of englyn though not the one featured on this site. There are four kinds of fully-rhymed and hence odeworthy quatrain: Depending on the metre, xaxa can yield a balladwhich is also sometimes regarded as a kind of ode.
If xaxa is in iambic pentameter, then it is an elegiac quatrain or heroic quatrain. Even xxxx, the unrhymed quatrainhas its champion, in the person of Frank Kuppner.
Look out for his A bad day for the Sung dynasty, and its sequel Second-Best Moments in Chinese History, each of which consists of unrhymed quatrains.
However, the word cinquain is also used both for a particular verse form of French origin, and for a particular syllable-counting form of no great merit or interest, as far as I can see.
It is therefore best to stick with quintain as the general word for any 5-line stanza. The best-known form of quintain in the English-speaking world is a particular heterometric form i. A sequence of limericks would constitute a perfectly well-formed odebut might lack gravitas. The tanka is a species of quintain, and so is the binamy own miniaturised sestina form.
I'm going to stick with sexain. Synonyms which I shall spurn include sixainsextet and hexastichas well as sestet which usually means the last 6 lines of a sonnet and sextain which is sometimes used to mean sestinaa form of no fewer than 39 lines.
A large number of rhyming schemes are possible, of which only a small number have names. The same rhyming scheme in iambic tetrameter is also common - Wordsworth used it for his Daffodils, for example - but it doesn't seem to have a name of its own.
I must confess that whenever I look for examples, he turns out to have used it as a complete stanza less often than I thought - but he has written a fair number of " sonnets " based on it.
This is also known as the Scottish stanzaor standard Habbie. A Spanish form called the sextilla can rhyme aabccb or ababcc, and has 8-syllable lines - but beware!
The Spanish have a somewhat eccentric way of counting syllables. And for additional confusion, they sometimes call the ababcc kind of sextilla a "sestina". I'm beginning to think we may need an international body to impose standards on verse form nomenclature.
Or perhaps that would spoil the fun The most common such form, and apparently the only one to have a special name, is rhyme royalwhich uses the scheme ababbcc, the lines having 10 syllables each i.
Rhyme royal is also sometimes known as the Troilus stanza. The word octave is also used for the first 8 lines of a sonnet. Ottava rima rhymes abababcc, the lines being of either 10 or 11 syllables i. The most famous example of ottava rima in English is Byron's Don Juan. The ballade stanza rhymes ababbcbc.
A huitain uses either that same rhyming scheme or abbaacac, with either 8-syllable or syllable lines, and is usually but not always a complete poem in its own right. The Sicilian octave rhymes abababab, the lines being, as far as I can make out, the same length as for ottava rima.
If you have a deep-rooted desire to be obscure, there's the Balassi stanzanamed after the 16th-century Hungarian Balint Balassi, which rhymes bbaccadda, with syllable counts This is another example of tail rhyme.“The idea of verse, of poetry, has always, during forty years spent working primarily in prose, stood at my elbow, as a standing invitation to the highest kind of verbal exercise—the most satisfying, the most archaic, the most elusive of critical control.
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“Polymath” is the term most often applied to Sigüenza y Góngora (–), and indeed he was a cosmographer, philosopher, chronicler, poet, biographer, historian, cartographer, and priest.
Line 7 (repeat of line 4) Line 8 Continue with as many stanzas as you wish, but the ending stanzathen repeats the second and fourth lines of the previous stanza (as its first and third lines), and also repeats the third line of the first stanza, as its second line, and the first line of the first stanza as its fourth.
Click the images for enlargements. • An uncommon and significant work on the language of the Aztecs and other speakers of Nahuatl; Vázquez, a native of Puebla, was a professor of the “Mexican language” (i.e., Nahuatl) at the Royal College of San Juan and San Pedro and his local “take” is discernible here.
This is the third edition, the first having appeared in and a second in. Line 5 advises patience, line 6 advises honesty, and line 7 advises fortitude of character. These three lines, along with the first four lines of the poem, share a common thread: they provide instruction in the maintenance of righteous behavior in the face of .