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I need to change this poem to an iambic pentameter poem..Please HELP!!!!


Love, unconditional, unbreakable, unmistakable .
A beating within your heart unstoppable.
The realistic magic ever so real,
That you cannot explain but only feel.
The warmth inside your heart,
You feel even when you’re apart.
The memories which are, forever unbreakable.

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asked by Annah
  1. Try to keep the last word of each line and rewrite the rest of each line.

    Here's a start:

    Our love, so beautiful, unbreakable

    This site may help you with the rest

    http://iambicpentameter.net/

  2. But I don't understand at all how to do that:(

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    posted by Annah
  3. Love is something that is not unmistakable,

    Something that is so real and true,

    Even when you feel in the blue,

    A beating in your heart,

    Never stops alothough your apart.

    Love never fails only you can make it stop!
    does this help? I tried my best! :)

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    posted by Just :)
  4. Doing other people's assignments for them is not really helpful. If others become dependent on your doing their work for them, they'll never learn how to do their assignments for themselves.

    However, there are effective ways to help students without making them dependent on you. Give it a try.

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  5. I was showing her an example of what to do. If she copys it it her fault not mine becuse then she has commited plagrisim! :(

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    posted by Just :)

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