A 14 lined poem with a regular rhyme scheme.
It lends itself to the concise expression of thought and emotion
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Tells a story, has a plot, characters, and dialogue. Does not have to follow a rhyme scheme.
Expresses the poets observations and feelings. Tends to be in the musical nature
A Japanese poem that has 3 lines. The first and third lines have 5 syllables, and the second line has 7 syllables, 17 in total. Deals with natural imagery.
It’s also tells us the season in 1 word.
A 5 lined poem. The first line is the title (a noun).
The second line is 2 words to describe the title. The 3 line expresses action in 3 words. The 4 line is 4 words that convey a feeling or a statement about the title. The 5 line is a synonym for the title
A light humorous verse. (a funny poem) Non-sensical in nature. A 5 lined poem, and lines 1,2,5 rhyme while 3,4 rhyme.
It doesn’t need to rhyme, doesn’t a regular rhythm. Doesn’t follow the rules.
A song like poem that tells a story. Has 4-6 line stanzas with regular rhythms and rhyme schemes. Lines repeated at the end of each stanza.