Notably, while the underlying quatrain
structure of the stanza is clearly evident in Eugene Onegin, it is no longer detectable in the later texts.
Note: The content of rhyming quatrains
Moezzi In addition to the two professors is different, that Farrokhi quatrain
no personal element is less than 0.
will premiere on April 24 at the Crescent Theatre as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham.
By suggesting imprisonment under the sky, this quatrain
asserts an impermeable boundary between the world and what may lie beyond.
Yes, the quatrain
concludes, if only we could recover the elegance "Of iron clothing.
Moreover, the sudden shift in speaker and diction effects the surprising "turn" (zhuan $1) characteristic of the quatrain
in his account: "The poem is unified and resolved, but in an unexpected way, causing readers to 'lower their heads and imagine endlessly'" (p.
But Lewis has the enjambment of "Lies huge" carried over from the first line into the second, and has the major internal pause of the quatrain
after that first foot of the second line with the semicolon that follows huge.
According to Rivka Cohen-Amin of the Israel Antiquities Authority, the poem belongs to The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, a collection of quatrains
At one level, this quatrain
, in conjunction with the preceding two, can be read in the tradition of the work poem, with its portrayal of busking from the perspective of the performer.
In another wasla, a quatrain
brings out the poet's wonders about how time and destiny run against each other, leaving humankind to face a rather slow life and quick death.
So, by way of introduction, here's the opening quatrain
of Sonnet 94.
The above quatrain
is a potent remedy for many people in our culture who live with an unnamed sense of shame yet few, if any, sacraments of atonement.