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“No Present Greets Your Questing Vision Now…”

Spanish sonnet 2/14/96…

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Things You Learn in School- Shakespearian (English) Sonnets

We’ve talked about sonnets in previous posts. We’ve talked about iambic pentameter and the basics of sonnets and sonnets and rhyme schemes. We’ve looked at one form of sonnet, the Spanish sonnet and seen an example of that.

But we’re not done yet…
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“And Shall Not Love Be Thus a Mystery?…”

Happy Valentine’s Day! And, for your festivities, a Spanish love sonnet that I wrote on 2/14/96 Continue reading

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Things You Learn in School – Spanish Sonnets

In my Tuesday post, (Things You Learn In School- Sonnets and Rhyme Scheme), we talked about what a rhyme scheme is and that different types of sonnets have different rhyme schemes.

And the first type of sonnet we’ll be touching on is the Spanish sonnet.

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