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Irma vs Florida In a marathon tantrum she sucked up the ocean and then spit it out, a kid throwing a fit with the power to fall a tree. Land dwellers watch the storm's decree. To flee or stay they must submit to the will of the wind's cruel hit until she moves on finally. Back through the water and debris they return to reclaim some bit of their life before Irma split their safe world irrefutably. ~~Judi Van Gorder.
Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Spanish Verse Redondilla Stanza (from redondo meaning round) is one of the most popular Castillian stanzas since the 16th century. It appears to have been the standard for Spanish dramatic dialogue at one time. Apparently experimentation with the form by Ezra Pound brought about a resurgence in popularity in the 20th century. The elements of the Redondilla are: syllabic, usually written in 8 syllable lines. (In Spanish an 8 syllable line can vary to 7 0r 9 syllables depending on the placement of the last accented vowel. In English sources suggest