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Explore the Craft of Writing

Greek Verse, the beginnings.


Paeon is a metric foot with one 1 long or stressed syllable and 3 short or unstressed syllables in any order. The metric foot "paeon" can be easily confused with "paean" which is an ode praising a person's life.


Accentual Syllabic - Suuu or uSuu or uuSu or uuuS ---- Quantitative - Lsss or sLss or ssLs or sssL

Heaven by Judi Van Gorder




of Elysees.

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