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Structure, Metrical Requirement, Rhyme Scheme Requirement, Other
A six line poem with syllable counts 2,2,2,2,9, 9. Rhyme
scheme = aaaabb. Lines one and two are in line five, and lines three and four are in line six as syllables 5-8.
It seems to be good for building an image, but not for
where a, b, c, d represent specific repeated syllables/words.
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Sestet, Syllabic Verse