Renaissance Lyric Poetry
A poem of 14 lines with 10 syllables in each line. A good example of renaissance humanism.
A sonnet that contains an octave and a sestet.
Eight lines rhyming ABBAABBA
Six lines rhyming CDEDCE or CDCCDC
A sonet containing three quatrains and a concluding couplet (gemel)
section of four lines. AKA staves. ABAB, CDCD, EFEF,
Two rhyming lines after the tun in a sonnet. AKA gemel. GG
Things to look for
Rhyme Cluster, Symbols and Metaphors, Breaking form to create meaning,
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