Pushkin's Eugene Onegin, as also other poems employing the Onegin stanza, has a consistent metrical
structure: the line consists of four iambic feet, with masculine or feminine endings depending on the position of the line in the stanza (hence each line is either eight or nine syllables long).
That Wilson shares Auden's understanding of the human need for boundaries, including those in metrical
rules, becomes quite clear in his poem "At the Public Pool," one of the penetrating works in The Violent and the Fallen.
In January 1890, over a year before the final publication of the Urdu metrical
Psalms, initiatives were started for a separate committee to prepare a similar volume in Punjabi.
The start of Lewis's copying poems in "The Metrical
Meditations of a Cod.
The entrepreneurial printer John Day, himself avid for reform and at the same time recognizing a ready market, pressed forward to edit a complete metrical
Martina Huss, Usha Goswami and colleagues gave a group of 10-year-old children, with and without dyslexia, a listening task involving short tunes that had simple metrical
structures with accents on certain notes.
One of the most historically revealing aspects of Quisland's critical analysis is the complex process she details in her first two chapters on the making and rephrasing of the metrical
psalms during Edward VI's reign.
It is exactly such disagreement on poetry translation standard or guiding principle that leads to different Chinese translation methods of English metrical
The more visually astute of the students began to experiment with stanzas, line length, and arrangement of lines in space, rather than leaving them in the columns of verse that take after metrical
poetry, even though very few of them count syllables or accents as they write, unless assigned to do so.
Lombard implies that the ode chretienne was short-lived: one might suggest that Marot's metrical
psalms gave the impetus for a lengthy continuation in hymnody, albeit primarily in the anglophone tradition.
Anyhow, to mark the unexpected re-emergence of what must still be considered a unique work of unparalleled syntactic audacity, I now humbly offer, with no reference whatsoever to the actual incident and with as much metrical
authenticity as I am able, the following unworthy tribute: Grandad - oi
Superbly crafted metrical
verse is a hallmark of Dorsey's poetry and will be greatly and especially appreciated by those who enjoy poetry in a classical tradition nowadays all to often ignored in the cacophony of free verse and so called 'prose poems'.