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The poem One two/Buckle my shoe/Three four/Close the door uses which rhyme scheme?

abab

abce

aabb

baba

C ?

The line Time is but a stream I go fishing in contains an example of:

metaphor
assonance
hyperbole
imagery

A?

How do I love thee, let me count the ways has how many feet?

2
3
4
5
idk what there askin for this one

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  1. #1 - C is correct.

    #2 - A is correct.

    #3 -- a "foot" in poetry is dependent on the arrangement of syllables and which syllables are stressed (spoken more loudly) than the others.

    So first, count the syllables in that line. How many syllables do you hear?

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  2. so 5 ?

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  3. 10 syllables, probably 5 feet of 2 syllables each.

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  4. Two excellent websites for this topic:

    http://cummingsstudyguides.net/Guides2/Sonnet43.html

    and

    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/looking-at-rhythm-and-meter-in-poetry.html

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