line of verse

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Wales's first National Poet, Gwyneth Lewis, she of the 10ft high line of verse across our iconic Millennium Centre, put poetry into rugby.
4) Here the size of the manuscript (89 x 64 mm) means that each line of verse is copied as a small paragraph, but again with line endings indicated, this time by decoration.
In The Landlady's Dilemma each line of verse is a palindrome as in The Diagnosis:
Or, on page 26, it is difficult to separate white death from white snow by a line of verse, and thus one can lose the essence of a word among life's other essences.
In my discussion of metre I shall adopt Jakobson's terms, verse instance for an actual line of verse, and verse design for the abstract pattern on which verse instances are based.
More complex problems, which the meticulous Kahle would never have permitted to appear in a published edition, include the reproduction of obvious homoioteleuta in the text, with the missing passages relegated to the apparatus; violations of meter in poetry, where the apparatus offers an obvious solution; a prose passage set out as poetry and a line of verse set as prose; and the acceptance of a case where the frustrated scribe of B has simply rewritten a passage of rhymed prose, with a different rhyme letter, to avoid an obscurity in his exemplar.
Syllabo-tonic poetry is based on a regular alternation of strong (S) and weak (W) positions within a line of verse.
Born in 1894, he joined the Russian Futurists, a collection of poets headed by his friend David Burliuk, despite never having written a line of verse.
The title is taken from the book's final words, a line of verse by Petra, who is also a poet: "I am a snowflake and therefore I snow.
David Semah's perceptive "Poetry and its Audience According to Medieval Arab Poeticians" finds evidence among the critics for their appreciation of the significance to fine poetry of the semantic and other relationships among words in a line of verse.