https://www.poetryexpress.org/poetry-writing-tips/stanza-breaks

A group of two lines is called a couplet. A three line stanza is called a tercet. A four line stanza is a quatrain, and a five line stanza is a quintet. Two other ...

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A stanza is a group of lines that form the basic metrical unit in a poem. ... Tercets - Stanzas with three lines that may or may not rhyme, also known as triplets ... Quintain - Stanzas with five lines that may or may not rhyme .... These are usually light-hearted and funny, containing simple and easy words kids can learn. Consider ...

http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~karchung/prosody.htm

A poem or stanza with one line is called a monostich, one with two lines is a couplet; ... Circle each group of symbols containing just one long, stressed syllable / in ... tetrameter; five feet, pentameter; six feet, hexameter; seven feet, heptameter.

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Different combinations of 14 lines are called Spencerian and Italian. Google thos ... What are the poems that have 5 stanzas containing 6 lines?

https://www.litcharts.com/literary-devices-and-terms/stanza

A single stanza is usually set apart from other lines or stanza within a poem by a ... For the most part, stanzas are named according to the number of lines they contain. ... tanka and the American cinquain, consist of a single five-line stanza.

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A six-line stanza, or the final six lines of a 14-line Italian or Petrarchan sonnet. ... five stanzas; the closing envoy contains all six words, two per line, placed in the ... rhyming abab cdcd efef gg—is called the English or Shakespearean sonnet ...

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Made famous by the Italian writer Petrarch, the traditional sonnet consists of fourteen lines divided into two stanzas of eight and six lines each. There is no ...

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Haiku: A form of Japanese poetry that has three lines; the first line has five syllables, the ... Stanza: A division of poetry named for the number of lines it contains.

https://www.writerscookbook.com/different-forms-of-poetry/

Oct 13, 2014 ... This list of poetic forms contains as many as we could squeeze into one post ... of a poem; Quatrain – A four line stanza or poem; Refrain – A repeating line in a poem ... A limerick is a five line poem with a rhyming pattern of AABBA. .... I have recently learned of a syllabic poetry form called a seminarian.

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A poem containing five iambic feet in each line is described as being written in " iambic ... when the meter is iambic or trochaic, a hexameter line is called an Alexandrine. ... A quintet (or quintain) is a stanza or verse unit containing five lines.