Sonnetina Quatro Notes

About the Jez of It

The Sonnetina Quatro comprises of two stanzas, a sestet and a quatrain. Although it is usual to work with the sestet first followed by the quatrain, they may appear either way around
Rhyme Scheme: ababab cdcd or abab cdcdcd

Example

Tattered Ears by Jez Farmer

A memory of the lost and found
Hidden by years of growing up
Now easily recalled without a sound
In the form of an old plushie pup
The child I was left lying on the ground
With tattered ears and all beat-up

And there in the attic I start to cry
A toy you gave me so long ago
Now my tears fall asking why
Yet I can smile too as memories flow

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