This form was created by Emily Romano.
It is stanzaic: consisting of 9 lines in three tercets.
It is syllabic   2/4/2/2/4/2/2/4/2
It is rhymed   ab cdcefe
The Title should reflect the poem’s content.
My source is:
The Musette, created by Emily Romano is a poem that consists of three verses of three lines each. The first lines have two syllables; the second lines have four syllables, and the third lines have two syllables. The rhyme scheme is a/b/a for the first verse; c/d/c for the second verse, and e/f/e for the third verse. The title should reflect the poem’s content.
Example #1:
Small But Refined
Good news –
A visit from
The Muse!A glimpse,
Nothing prolonged,
Then gone!
Wee verse –
Thanks to the Muse,
It’s terse!
Copyright © 2007 Emily Romano
Thanks to Shadowpoetry
My example poem:
My Doorbell Barks (Musette)
Now hark!
The doorbell rings,
they bark.
the bell the dogs
still shout.
Oh hell,
Why’d I install
the bell?
© Lawrencealot – December 7, 2013


This form was created by Lawrence Eberhart, aka Lawrencealot on Allpoetry  in response to a contest.
It is named the Barbee, due to the facts it is dedicated to BarbarbBP, and that it’s syllabic representation looks somewhat like a capital E.
This form was designed for IAMBIC PENTAMETER in which case all of the required rhyming is STRESSED.
It has a COUPLET rhyming pattern on the 2nd syllable of aabbccddeeffgg
and an end-rhyme CROSSED rhyming pattern of  ababcdcdefef
It is a poem of 12 lines and may be presented as the poet desires.
It is syllabic 10/10/10/6/6/10/10/6/6/10/10/10
Example Poem
Natural Transformation
A rose within my garden proudly grows
and shows it’s colors to all flying friends.
it sends it’s scents to bees and birds and so
attends to those whose ends
it serves while it preserves
with verve the scents its visitors like best
expressed thru pollination’s frequent swerve.
Attest now to progressed
parade of bright new shades
as trades made randomly give us a new
delight of multicolor serenades
It’s quite a pleasant gift for us to view.
© Lawrencealot – April 5, 2013
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