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The basic unit of poetic metre is called a foot (plural = feet), which when repeated
creates rhythm and can be defined as a group of syllables forming a metrical unit.
Most poetic feet contain one stressed (heavy) syllable and one or two unstressed (light)
syllables the spondee…
Free verse no particular rhythmical pattern / scheme
Blank verse no rhyme scheme unrhymed iambic pentameter
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