Bewilderment , USA
msst, technically a sonnet consists of fourteen lines of ten feet ( three quatrains and a closing couplet) in which an un-accented syllable is followed by an accented one . All this is done using a set rhyme pattern .So just write one and someone will tell you what's wrong with it , nicely of course . Or just check out Nan's class in the forums( she's a good teacher) Oh , and I forgot to mention you introduce a conflict in the opener and try to resolve it in the closing . Now I suppose you'll be posting these things all over the place ?
d, I don't know how you find the time to reply so often , i'm jealous , and appreciative
Pick all you want ! Thanks
Thank you !
Thank you for your patience , had I not skipped class and payed attention , I may have gotten it the first time
[This message has been edited by Dr.Moose1 (edited 05-11-2000).]