Top 10 similar words or synonyms for octosyllabic

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for octosyllabic

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Sonnet 145 I have not been able to find a single example in the period up to 1582 of an octosyllabic poet besides Shakespeare in this one curious poem wrote an octosyllabic sonnet. (225)
The Owl and the Nightingale The text is composed of rhyming octosyllabic couplets, generally following the poetic construction of iambic tetrameter.
Muhamet Kyçyku (Çami) This poetic tale is in octosyllabic quatrains with an ABAB rhyme.
Marie de France In 1816, the English poet Matilda Betham wrote a long poem about Marie de France in octosyllabic couplets, "The Lay of Marie".
John Mirk "Instructions for Parish Priests" is in lively vernacular verse, using octosyllabic lines and rhyming couplets throughout, and running to 1934 lines. The colophon runs:
Chanson de geste These forms of versification were substantially different than the forms found in the Old French verse romances ("romans") which were written in octosyllabic rhymed couplets.
Upon Appleton House The poem is written in 97 stanzas, each of eight lines that are octosyllabic, in iambic tetrameters forming couplets. It has been analysed into six sections:
Tears of the Prodigal Son The poem is written in symmetric octosyllables combined to sestinas, with the first lament having 74, the second 56 and the third 92 octosyllabic sestinas, rhyming "ababcc".
Paškal Jukić Jukić belonged to a group of Franciscan friars who wrote poetry greatly influenced by the works of Andrija Kačić Miošić. Jukić's octosyllabic verse has ratio of 66.5%:13.6%.
Bulerías When sung, the "bulería" has three or four octosyllabic lines. It is sometimes subdivided into "bulerías al golpe" (also known as "bulerías por soleá") and "bulerías ligadas". The former is slower while the latter is frantic.