A five-stanza poem might be 20 lines long, broken into five sections of four lines each. There's no rule about how many sentences a poem (or a stanza) has to contain. An example of that would be: 1)I have a pet bat, 2)no not a cat, 3)who lives in a hat, 4)and lies on a mat, lines 1-4 go together in 1 stanza and this is how you repeat the rest to make your 5 stanza poem!
The rhyme scheme of the poem is as follows:Stanza 1: abaab Stanza 2: cbccccb Stanza 3: dbddddb Stanza 4: ebeeeb Stanza 5: fbfffbCheck: http://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/Guides7/Bridal.html
A Renga poem is similar to a haiku poem consisting of a few stanzas. (paragraphs) Each stanza has a certain amount of syllables on each line. The first line consists of 5 syllables the next 7 and finally 5. Each stanza includes 3 lines and must contain that order of syllables.
Robert Frost, "The Road Not Taken," is an example of a five line stanza with repetition in all of his works and publishing. This was Mr. Frost's famous writing style.
A line is a row of text in a poem similar to a row of seats in a movie theater. A stanza is a group of lines that are set apart from other lines, similar to a paragraph in an essay
idiom: a phrase with a figurative meaning that is different from the literal meaning;Stanza 2, line 2: And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.Stanza 2, line 5: radiant maiden (Also, stanza 16, line 5)Stanza 6, line 1: all my soul within me burningStanza 7, line 1: flung the shutterStanza 8, line 3: Though thy crest be shorn and shavenStanza 13, line 2: fiery eyes now burned into my bosom's core;Stanza 13, line 4: the lamp-light gloated o'er, (Also stanza 13, line 5)Stanza 18, line 4: And the lamp-light o'er him streaming throws his shadow on the floor;
what is a 5-line stanza
A 5 line stanza is called a cinquain
a stanza with 5 lines is called a sestet
No. The entire poem can only contain 17 syllables in the entire poem. They are generally arranged in 5-7-5 (per line) but not always. That's what makes it expressly a haiku-17 syllables. Short and sweet. Also it cannot rhyme
1.Couplet a two line stanza 2.Triplet (Tercet) a three line stanza 3.Quitrain a four line stanza 4.Quintet a five line stanza 5.Setstet (Sextet) a six line stanza 6.Septet a seven line stanza 7.Octave an eight line stanza
oxymoron: a figure of speech with a pair of apparently contradictory terms Stanza 11, line 5: dirges of his Hope Stanza 15, line 3: desert land enchanted Stanza 18, line 5: lies floating
5 line stanza
Two examples of onomatopoeia in the Raven are "echo" in stanza 5 and " tapping" in stanza 6.
Well, I've created a form of poem I call the Brazilian Sonnet some 2 years ago. It consists in making a poem with 1 stanza of 5 verses, 1 of 4, 1 of 3, and 1 of 2 verses. These don't have a specific order, so you can use that to give different rythms to the poem, as well as not so direct meaning through the choices in numbers and or grouping the stanzas. The author can also choose to add a 1-verse stanza to complete the sequence. This form allows for any number of choices by the author, but gives it a minimal limitation to help the author in the creative process. Here's the link for the website where I first placed my ideas in English: http://allpoetry.com/column/7557109-On-the-Brazilian-Sonnet--by-bunytou
A poem consisting of 17 syllables (otherwise known as moras, on, or onji - there are subtle difference between the usage of these terms and the traditional English language concept of syllables) is a Haiku. The word derives from the Japanese word "haikai", meaning "verse".
a limerick have 5 stanza
Actually, there are 3 stanzas. Haiku's are a Japanese poem focusing on nature here's an example: WATERFALLNiagara Falls, pretty (5 SYLLABLES)I want to go there again (7 SYLLABLES)It's a Waterfall! (5 SYLLABLES)
a 5 sense poem is a poem that describes an object or a person or animal using your 5 senses(touch, taste, sound, sight, and scent).
A cinquain poem is a poem that is based on a 5 line structure.
a poem about nature with the sylablle pattern 5-7-5
Five Word poem.