Top 10 similar words or synonyms for tercets

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for tercets

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Sonnets to Orpheus All of the sonnets are composed of two quatrains followed by two tercets.
Tercet The tercet also forms part of the villanelle, where the initial five stanzas are tercets, followed by a concluding quatrain.
Daiji na Mono The title track of the album commits entire tercets to each member, with each member having written their own lyrics for their respective tercets. Each verse features three members, with the same three members singing the chorus that follows (the exception being the final chorus which is performed by the entire group with back-up singers.)
Ode to the West Wind The poem "Ode to the West Wind" consists of five sections (cantos) written in terza rima. Each section consists of four tercets (ABA, BCB, CDC, DED) and a rhyming couplet (EE). The Ode is written in iambic pentameter.
New Spanish Baroque In the same songbook there are many sonnets whose pattern was essentially the rendering of a loving thought of Petrarch or Ausiàs March in the quartets, and a further, more personal development in the tercets.
A Zacinto The sonnet is made up of two quatrains and two tercets of hendecasyllables. The rhyme scheme is ABAB, ABAB, CDE, CED. In the poem we can find enjambments, alliterations, apostrophes, synecdoches, anastrophes and a litotes.
Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön The metre is iambic tetrameter, which is the metre Schikaneder used throughout most of "The Magic Flute". The stanzaic form and rhyme scheme involve two quatrains followed by two rhymed tercets, thus: [AABB] [CCDD] [EEF] [GGF].
The Two Voices The poem is written in Iambic tetrameter with a rhyme scheme consisting of tercets (three lines of matching end rhyme). It is 205 stanzas long (615 lines). It was praised for its depth and style.
Sestina A "tritina" is a contraction of the sestina to three stanzas of three lines (tercets), with a one-line envoy. The order of the line-ending words follows the same pattern as that of the sestina, so that they appear: 123, 312, 231 with the envoy as 123.
The Courtesans Reply ‘Pradymnadasi’ is about the sensual experience of erotic biting and the mutual pleasure shared between lovers. The speaker suggests that bite marks left by her lover are as valuable and beautiful as precious stones and jewellery. The poem consists of four stanzas of tercets.