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Sonnet studies
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Sonnet
Iambic pentameter
Octave • Sestet
Quatrain • Couplet
Volta
Sonnet writers

Forms

Petrarchan sonnet
Spenserian sonnet
Shakespearean sonnet
Petrarch's and Shakespeare's sonnets

Variations

Quatorzain
Caudate sonnet • Curtal sonnet
Demi-sonnet • Pushkin sonnet

Groups

Crown of sonnets • Sonnet cycle
Sonnet redoublé
Sonnet sequence

How to ...

Write a sonnet
Write a sonnet like Shakespeare

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A demi-sonnet is a poetic form. Demi-sonnets include seven lines of varying length and tend to be aphoristic in nature. Each poem ends with an internal full or slant rhyme. The name comes from the fact that the form is half the length of a traditional 14-line sonnet. The form was invented in 2009 by American poet Erin Murphy whose fourth book of poetry, Word Problems, is a collection of demi-sonnets.

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