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What kind of form does this Christmas poem fall into?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 03:47
Keep going write a hundred remember it's the experience that matters become very literate meaning reading plenty. And last a poem doesn't necessarily need a lot of rhyming but rhythm is very important. Keep going and the best of everything
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 05:17
It belongs in the 'Bah! Humbug! Usurping of a Pagan Festival' category. :]
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 10:04
Just what children want to hear, that Santa is really an old priest with a nickname. That should destroy their innocent ability to fantasize at a very young age.
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 13:39
I feel the form is tantamount to your unique style, which has always attracted me. The meter flows well...and any extra syllables blend with this well constructed, appealing message. This was a complex write, and you carry your plot with aplomb. Your AA-BB rhyme adds a satisfying momentum. I will save this and re-read. I give you five stars* * * * * and say very well composed and thank you for this.
Answer #5 | 21/12 2013 03:46
A lovely narrative Christmas poem in four stanzas, thoroughly enjoyed. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas Roanne x
Answer #6 | 21/12 2013 03:09
Obviously, I observe the guidelines on here rigorously, so the answer to your question is a four stanza poem. You do sell St Nick short though, as he was the Bishop of Myrna. A lovely festive bit of versification.

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