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In poetry, a cinquain or quintain is a five line stanza, varied in rhyme and line, usually of the form ababb.
Her cinquains were published posthumously in 1915 in her The Complete Poems.
Cinquains became better known through the work of Carl Sandburg (Cornhuskers, 1918) and Louis Utermeyer (Modern American Poetry, 1919).
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 Cinquain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In poetry, a cinquain or quintain is a five line stanza, varied in rhyme and line, usually with the rhyme scheme ababb.
An example of cinquain is the following stanza from Robert Browning's poem "Porphyria's Lover":
Under the influence of Japanese poetry, the American poet Adelaide Crapsey developed a poetic form she also called a "cinquain".
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Cinquain City, The - online chapbook of cinquains by a variety of poets.
The cinquain was developed by a reclusive poet named Adelaide Crapsy in the early 1900's...
Here is one Crapsy cinquain ("Triad"): These be Three silent...
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Your Cinquain: Instructions Name of your town and state or country Two words (or 4 syllables) that describe your town.
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Cinquain Main Page In poetry, a cinquain or quintain is a five line stanza, varied in rhyme and line, usually of the form ababb.
He wrote haiku and cinquain exclusively and considered himself to be a layperson attempting to answer the koan the masters have proposed.
Nov 24, 2005 Search the Web Description In poetry, a cinquain or quintain is a five line stanza, varied in rhyme and line, usually with the rhyme scheme ababb.
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 MH Essay—American Haiku Movement part 1
After the formation of the Haiku Society of America in the winter of 1968–69, Haiku West served as its voice.
Other early periodicals included SCTH (Sonnet Cinquain Tanka Haiku —; 1964–80) edited by Rhoda De Long Jewell, and The Blue Print, a small haiku paper that circulated for a time around 1968–69.
Another way of defining the “mainstream” American haiku movement is to look at the other currents that flowed from the early haiku experts, especially Blyth.
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