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Schneibel 1 Rose Schneibel Creative Writing Ms.Devine Period 1 4/7/14 Sonnet­ ­ e ­ ure.html ­ summary.html ­ ­ A sonnet consists of a rhythm and an has 14 lines of iambic pentameter( 10 symbols in each line). Example of a sonnet: Elizabethan (Shakespearian) Sonnet The Elizabethan sonnet consists of 14 lines, written in iambic pentameter. It has four quatrains and a closing couplet. The structure and rhyme scheme are as follows: A B A B C D C D
Schneibel 2 E F E F G G An example of an Elizabethan sonnet: Sonnet 147, by William Shakespeare My love is as a fever, longing still (A) For that which longer nurseth the disease, (B) Feeding on that which doth preserve the ill, (A) The uncertain sickly appetite to please. (B) My reason, the physician to my love, (C) Angry that his prescriptions are not kept, (D)

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