Martin Rezny

Have you tried epic meter for this, six feet of syllables, the two feet at the end always have a hard-short-short hard-either system of syllables, the rest of the feet can either be hard-short-short or hard-hard four counts of any combination, no rhyming?

That would be the way to write something like The Aeneid, The Odyssey, The Iliad, and any long poem that you want remembered as very important.

Longfellow’s Evangeline works this way.

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