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POETIC METRE-GREETER – a really awful guide to prosody*


When groups of beats in poems are put, Then each such group is called a foot; ‘IT ADS’ for naming feet you seek: – I am fits in with I am beak,                               [Iamb; Iambic] To-row-key, make To-row-cake,              [Trochee; Trochaic] An’-a-pest … Continue reading

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