RUMINATIONS ON LIFE AND LIVING OR NOT!!!...MY DEAR FRIENDS AND WATCHERS.....FIRST OF ALL, I WANT TO WISH YOUALL A VERY GOOD WEEK....I HAVE SOMEHOW BEEN RUMINATING ABOUTTHE QUALITY OF OUR LIVES AROUND THE GLOBE....THIS FEATURE SIMPLY TRIES TO PASS ON MY OBSERVATIONSOF WHAT SEEMS TO GO ON AROUND ME.... AND HOW I, SOMETIMESAM INCLUDED IN ALL THIS.....WE SEEM TO BE SURROUNDED BY TECHNOLOGY ANDNOISES OF ALL SORTS ON A 24/7 BASIS....talk . by chokotoffComputer addicted by Iul-coldaddicted to computer by cornelusha
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Metrical PoetryRhythm – the art of implementing certain movements, notes of music, syllables in poetry, into a passage of time as one event succeeds another. And how can we create these movements in our writing? By using meter; patterns of stresses or accents within a line of poetry. Meter is incredibly useful in aiding a poem to flow in a certain way, read more easily, and keep a reader interested. There are countless types of meter that I could try to explain here, and I'm sure many more I haven't even come across. It isn't necessary for us to know all of them, particularly in a beginner's tutorial, and so I will outline the basics of metric feet and metrical lines of poetry - metric lines being made up of a certain number of metric feet. Hopefully this notion will become clearer as I explain and give examples...Metric FeetIambic Meter - one of the most well-known of English versification. One iambic foot (called an iamb or iambus) is made up of two syllables, the second of which is stress