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Rictameter Poem Definition

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Definition of: Rictameter

Poetry Definition

A rictameter is a nine line poetry form. The 1st and last lines are the same with the syllable count as follows: • line 1 - 2 syllables - same as line 9 • line 2 - 4 syllables • line 3 - 6 syllables • line 4 - 8 syllables • line 5 - 10 syllables • line 6 - 8 syllables • line 7 - 6 syllables • line 8 - 4 syllables • line 9 - 2 syllables - same as line 1

Example

England's Ascot, Yorshire five day event in June Queen Elizabeth led the way in fashion and style on Ladies Parade. The first time for 300 years this racing event was held at Yorkshire England.

Top 5 Rictameter Examples

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories
Premium Member Poem Purring Dietrich, Andrea Rictameterhappiness,
Premium Member Poem That Night Nance, Casarah Rictameterdark, death, depression,
Drum beat May, Joseph Rictameterart,
Premium Member Poem I'm a 9 Revised Meier-Hans, Brenda Rictameteranimal, best friend, dog,
Premium Member Poem Bed of Roses Gass, Robin L. Rictameterlove

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