wel here it is
Written by firstname.lastname@example.org (11/26/2010 2:08:53 AM)
||nicely written important message so very sad and true
WHICH CHALLENGE IS THIS?
Written by Red Roses and Wine (11/26/2010 10:58:18 AM)
Ok I see this an quatern
Written by Red Roses and Wine (11/26/2010 11:07:48 AM)
||The rules for the quaters are as followes.
The fists line fo fists repeats on the secnd line of the secomd stanza, on the third line of the thrid stanza and the fourth of the foruth stanza. ANAPHORA WAS CORRECT.
The syllabic count is of 8 syllables per line.
That is where you messed up a bit.
Also you must separate the stanzas.
But I must admit I love the topic.
How about some revisions and I'll give you the remaining star?
You got it Montgomery
Written by mwhousemouse (11/27/2010 11:41:40 AM)
||You just did not separate your stanzas.
Usually eight syllables, I am not sure a requirement, was not adhered to but quite well done I think.
separation into quatrains (four line stanzas) would make it clear.
....I see wh
Written by Red Roses and Wine (11/27/2010 1:05:36 PM)
||I see what is going on....
Quatrains --- Quaterns SEE THE DIFFERENCE?
Is this the way you want?
Written by montyfuss (11/29/2010 8:42:01 AM)
||I think this is how you want it? I'm not totally sure if it has to be eight syllables a line so I didn't change that. Tell me if I need to and I will!
Written by Red Roses and Wine (11/29/2010 8:55:46 AM)
||1. Syllabic count: 8 per line
2. Number of stanzas: 4
3. Numbers of lines per stanza: 4
4. Apaphora repeats first line of first stanza on the second of secon, third of third and foruth of fourth.
Please notice that quaterns are different from quatrains.
It is extremely important that the rules to the challenges are read, as this challenge is a lesson also in this type of genre.
You did well at separating the stanzas but the syllabic count still needs work.
Topic wise as imentioned before I am very pleased.