Any kind of rhyming couplet ends Shakespearean, doesn't have to be heroic The Shakespearean (or "English" or "Elizabethan") sonnet ends with a heroic couplet.
If you mean 'Ignorant' it means unknowing. e.g. (exempli gratzia) you were ignorant about ignorant before you read this answer!
haiku and lyric poetry
The speaker's unsettled feeling after viewing a difficult film
because of its musical and emotional qualities
it can be almost anything, including ordinary objects
it is borrowed from malaysian poetry
Content refers to the ideas in a poem and form refers to the structure.
Titles provide information that can help the reader better understand the poem.
Poetry that does not conform to a traditional structure
Content is what is said and form is the way it is said.
Its brevity requires that the images be striking and compressed.
In general, lyric poems focus less on characters and plot.
"The quails cooed their aubade as the sky took on the rosy tint of dawn." Is an example of the use of aubade in a sentence.
ideas and thoughts are often unfolding in first drafts
The poem is structured as the retelling of a memory - APEX
The ideas the poem expresses
Allowing the definition is the repeated words to change with each use. APEX