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Erato is the Muse of rhytmical musical Intelligence and is often represented playing the lyre. She's the Muse of lyric poetry, thus of Songs. Mnemonics: the rate is the speed at which something occurs.

Erato relates with the lungs and the heart, since we use our lungs to sing and since our heart is a fine metronome.

In 's module 05, you build a Sonnet15 and a Triplet10 of Haïkus, within Composer 4.8 tables, with one25 line (verse) per cell. Title both! Color25 each Table cell differently. In another table(s), indicate the title2 of your sonnet, its type of rhyme sheme2, its structure16, as follows..

Erato,loves the color green...
Rhyme Schemes .........Dylanian Sonnet.........Rhythm.........Verse meter.........Haïkus.........TOP
 Petrarchan, Shakespearean, Spenserian, Dylanian Rhyme Schemes
1. Italian (Petrarchan) Sonnet Rhyme Scheme: 
ABBA ABBA CDE  CDE
Proposes  supports confirms  concludes
2. English (Shakespearean) Sonnet Rhyme Scheme:
ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
proposes  supports confirms  concludes
3. Spenserian Sonnet Rhyme Scheme:
ABAB BCBC CDCD EE
proposes  supports confirms  concludes
Rhyme Schemes .........Dylanian Sonnet .........Rhythm.........Verse meter.........Haïkus.........TOP


The above "Sonnet" is the last stanza of Bob Dylan's A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (.doc; 26 KB)
Rhyme Schemes .........Dylanian Sonnet.........Rhythm.........Verse meter.........Haïkus.........TOP
Most poetry has rhythm, and rhythm is achieved by emphasizing or deemphasizing certain syllables. The syllables, themselves, are then grouped into two or three syllable units called "feet".
Examples of different types of "feet":(note: all bold and white syllables are emphasized)
All examples are  Iambic Tetrameters (4-meter)

[My love] [for you] [will al][ways be,]
"Iambs" are each composed of two syllables with the second syllable of each foot emphasized.

[Slow ly] [softly] [and so] [gent ly]
"Trochees" are each composed of two syllables with the first syllable of each foot emphasized.

[Sweet heart] [thou art] [al ways] [at heart]
"Spondees" are each composed of two syllables with both syllables of each foot emphasized.

[Self res pect] [is a-chieved] [when one leaves] [lust and greed]
"Dactyls" are each composed of three syllables with the first syllable of each foot emphasized.

[Dis res pect][can not be][for a love][to be free]
"Anapests' are each composed of three syllables with the third syllable of each foot emphasized.
Rhyme Schemes .........Dylanian Sonnet.........Rhythm.........Verse meter .........Haïkus.........TOP
-Monometer -Trimeter -Tetrameter - Pentameter -Heptameter Lines (Verses):

Iambic Trimeter (3-meter)......... This verse has three iambic feet.
[I kiss] [you in] [my dreams]
Iambic Tetrameter (4-meter)  ......... This verse has four iambic feet.
[My love] [for you] [will al] [ways be,]
Iambic Pentameter (5-meter) ......... You can also have five iambic feet.
[Thus soon] [I'll need] [the warmth] [of your] [em brace]
Iambic Heptameter (7-meter) ......... You can also have seven iambic feet.
That peace prevails, and Joy for your children, husbands and wives,
Trochaic Trimeter, Trochaic Tetrameter, Anapestic Monometer ...


The contents of this table and of the one above are extracts from Movsesian, Ara John.  Love Poem Basics, 2003, http://www.electpress.com/loveandromance/page100.htm
Rhyme Schemes .........Dylanian Sonnet.........Rhythm.........Verse meter.........Haïkus.........TOP
Haïkus are a centuries old form of Japanese poetry. They are three lines long poems, usually about nature. An Haïku's first line has 5 syllables (or feet), its second, 7 syllabes (or feet), and its third and last line, 5 syllables (or feet): (5-7-5). A Haïku captures the essence of what's happening; it often connects two seemingly unrelated things.
Example of Haïkus Triplets, in Iambic (5)Pentameters & (7)Heptameters ~Happy Easter 2004, Irakis!
..
......... Irak, you kill and cry and die and crack,
......... Kidnap, explode, so that all know your wrath is real and strong.
......... Your Home was raped; they lied; we know their wrongs.
.
......... Oh Please, forgive the creeps, their greed, their tricks,
......... That peace prevails, and Joy for your children, husbands and wives,
.......... Instead of blood, bullets, rockets and knives.
.
.......... American children have killed Irak's
......... Who stand in self-defense, who stand by pride, by right, and growl.
......... What's there is here also. Blood spills; kids howl.

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