Tags4 lines or multiple 8 lines 10 lines 12 lines 16 lines abab Allpoetry Berg centered couplet formulaic French haiku iambic iambic pentameter iambic tetrameter iambic trimeter internal rhyme Irish isosyllabic isosyllabic 8 line length optional meter none meter optional mono-rhyme Newman octave Pathways PoetName poetry forms quatrain quatrains refrain rhymed rhyme optional sestet Smith Spanish stanzaic syllabic tetrameter unrhymed Van Gorder Weatherford Welsh
Possessing similar origins, as the Italian Sestet,
the Sicilian sestet had no set meter, but the
anglicised version uses Iambic tetrameter or pentameter.
The rhyme pattern is as follows; ababab
Write a Sicilian Sestet
Sicilian sestets have most simple rhyme.
The metric foot can be both four and five,
(but not at once), just one poem at a time.
Here pentameter iambs are alive.
Don’t strain yourself in finding rhyme like I’m.
Just think ahead and then you can survive.
© Lawrencealot – July 25, 2012