The following are some of the strophic arrangements in Spanish.
They are to be regarded as the primary forms of all strophic poetry.
Thornton, Selden, and Egerton have no mark of strophic division, but fall naturally into mono-rimed stanzas of four lines.
Songs either are strophic or “durchcomponirt” (composed through).
Throughout the poem nearly every line is complete by itself and there is no strophic arrangement.
The first mark of this influence was that end-rhyme and strophic formation was forced upon many alliterative poems.
His hymns are metrical in the sense of having lines with a fixed number of syllables and strophic divisions.
It would lead us too far, however, to give a detailed description of the strophic forms occurring there.
They are written in French strophic forms in the southern dialect, and sometimes have an intermixture of French and Latin lines.
Containing only those parts of the Finn-story and of Beowulf which Mller regarded as "genuine," in strophic form.