(1) Think of it as ├ö├ç├┐Romeo and Juliet├ö├ç├û without the iambic pentameter .(2) Iambic pentameter is one of the oldest forms of verse, and it lets you talk about things in a lyrical way and introduce ideas that might otherwise be indigestible.(3) The rhythmic cadence of the poetry was not the iambic pentameter or other such metrical patterns but free verse with words scattered randomly across the printed page.(4) You can hear it pushing against the constraints of the pentameter and the irregular end rhyme.(5) She will slip from dactyls to iambics, pentameter to trimeter, quatrains to sestets.(6) Trimeter lines predominate, very short dimeter lines punctuate, and against both rise up the comparatively unexpected yet satisfying lengths of the two thoughtful pentameter and hexameter lines.(7) Written in iambic pentameter , it is comprised of two stanzas of four lines each, rhyming abab.(8) His discussion of iambic pentameter (five stresses to a line, with the stress on the second syllable of each unit) is thorough and contains extensive examples.(9) Then, I was concerned not so much with trying to make something in iambic pentameter , in rhymed verse, but I was concerned with the metaphors.(10) Iambic pentameter requires each line to have five unstressed syllables, each of which is followed by a stressed syllable.(11) But if you listen at the line carefully, it's a line of regular trochaic pentameter .(12) Her latest film could sound pretentious because it's written in iambic pentameter - verse - but in fact it's actually very ambitious in the territory it aims to cover.(13) Although the English meter is properly iambic, often with feminine endings, line length is erratic, ranging from trimeter to pentameter , except for the two shortest lines, which appear in dimeter.(14) In my audition we did nothing about the language, nothing about the iambic pentameter , it was just about what was going on in this guy's head.(15) It was translated into English iambic pentameter with rhymed couplets.(16) Our hearing is indissolubly wedded to five-beat Shakespearean blank verse, usually unrhymed iambic pentameter .