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There are 5 line of verse in a limerick.

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A limerick is required to have five lines. Lines one two and five must rhyme, lines three and four must rhyme

There are five lines in a limerick. The rhyme scheme is AABBA. Metre in poetry is the rhythmic structure of lines in a verse. A limerick uses anapestic or amphibrachic metre.

A limerick is a humorous, frequently bawdy, verse of three long and two short lines rhyming aabba.

There is 5 lines in a limerick.

"Free verse" in poetry means "anything goes". Limerick is an established five-line format with the pattern A A b b A. A free verse poem can be two lines or four hundred. It may rhyme a little or not at all. A limerick will always have five lines and the same type of rhythym.

There are 5 lines in a limerick.

A limerick contains 5 lines.

figure it out yourselves. lazy!

5 there is a couplet and triplet

Five. Rhyming pattern of AABBA

The answer is lines - a haiku contains three lines, and a limerick has five.

The Limerick, popularized in the 19th century by Edward Lear, is a humorous epigrammatic verse in five lines of mixed iambic and anapestic meter, lines 1, 2 and 5 in trimeter, 3 and 4 in dimeter, rhyming a-a-b-b-a.

A limerick has five lines

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Traditionally, five A A B B A

There are as many lines as you choose to write. no

A verse is a stanza like a paragraph in the poem. It doesnt matter how many lines it consist of.

Lines 1, 2 and 5 of a limerick should have between seven and ten syllables and should rhyme.

Five. A limerick has very tight rhythm and rhyme. Nice thing about limericks is that there is a certain musical rhythm to them.

there are 14 lines in a sonnet.

A free verse poem can have as many lines as you want it to have. There is no rhyme or measure throughout this poem.

Limericks are humorous poems with five linesLines 1, 2, and 5 rhymeLines 3 and 4 rhymeA humorous, frequently bawdy, verse of three long and two short lines rhyming aabba, popularized by Edward Lear.

There are 14 lines in a Shakespearean sonnet.


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