A metrical tale refers to a type of poem. Specifically it is a narrative poem that is told in the first person.
Iambic Pentameter that does not rhyme is called blank verse.
T.S. Eliot used enjambment in the opening lines of his poem The Waste Land.
Many poets use enjambment when writing free prose.
es wird = it will
Prose usually does not use line breaks for literary effect.
The syllable is pronounced more strongly than the others in a word - APEX
Some examples of perfect rhymes on multi-syllabic words are:
sender, lender, tender, bender, render
luster, muster, bluster
honey, bunny, money, sunny, funny
slant rhyme is quieter and subtler
who sings spoken poetry to abeat
Lines that end in some kind of punctuation. Apex
consonant sounds tend to be stronger than the vowel sounds.Apex.
rhymes that have been used too often feel predictable to readers
A syllable that is pronounced more strongly than the others in a word
Many repeated consonant sounds placed near one another
To create forward motion
Slog, plug - APEX
Read the words allowed. I’m taking the Apex class and that was the answer