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Sonnet Permutations

Posted 02-26-2009 at 09:01 AM by Catherine Chandler
Good morning!

So far, I have received a variety of sonnet forms, including the Sicilian, Petrarchan, Shakespearean, and Spenserian. Various meters, rhymed, unrhymed; voltas all over the place or non-existent. I've even received one double sonnet (which is OK as the double sonnet is a recognized form where two sonnets together form a single poem).

I just wanted to make it clear that these forms are acceptable for the bake-off, as would be a caudate or curtal, should I receive one. I would, however, not go as far as submitting a sonnet crown, sequence, or redoublé!
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