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Hey guys! Unfortunately the WXCI show I was supposed to perform on tonight was cancelled. But I will let you know if it is rescheduled!
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A new demo of my song “Just a Waste of Saturday”, free to download for a limited time!Source:
I opened for this awesome singer-songwriter, named Robinson Treacher, tonight at WCSU Midtown Coffeehouse. Look him up!
The primary feet used in poetry are:
(NOTE: v = unaccented, / = accented)
The substitutive feet are:
The different line lengths are:
One foot: Monometer
Two feet: Dimeter
Three feet: Trimeter
Four feet: Tetrameter
Five feet: Pentameter
Six feet: Hexameter
Seven feet: Heptameter
Eight feet: Octameter
v / v / v / v / v /
"Among all lovely things my Love had been"
This line is in iambic pentameter because it is five iambic feet.
(Sources: owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/570/03/ and Wordsworth: Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets)