Thesaurus for iamb
Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for iamb
Each set of sounds has one that shall be stressed
and in these two shall there be one is not
of sets of two no less than five be wrought
and with these sets a subject be addressed
if with these lines one seeks to form a verse
the rhymes each line one first must understand
two sets of four the first and last shall stand
between lay those who differ from the first
at the end of all shall be six lines again
cointaineth they the rhythm of above
their rhyme can differ but I shall begin
with rhyme of three and then the same again
second different from those it is one of
'tis pit'ous that I lack a line to end
See above as example...
Renaissance playwright who has been ruined by English teachers and academics who insist on over-analyzing his plays and sonnets.
Shakespeare wrote Hamlet to be ENJOYED not ripped apart in Lit class until it has no more meaning.
A type of meter measurement used in poetry. A pair of syllables, the first stressed and the second unstressed. Much German poetry is written in trochees. The trochee's opposite is the iamb.
Each line consisted of four trochees.