How to Write a Quatrain Poem via wikiHow

A quatrain is stanza (verse) with four lines and a rhyme scheme. Because the rhyme scheme can have as many variations as possible ideas, people all over the world enjoy writing quatrain poems to express themselves. While a quatrain is only one verse, a quatrain poem can contain any number of quatrains.


Read examples of quatrains:

I have played full known,

Others came not their own,

for we did fell a pride,

Once was trust, now that we hide?

Oh the birds are singing,

In a nest of broken sticks,

Look what they are bringing,

It's nutrition for their chicks.

Shakespeare uses lots of quatrains in his poetry and plays. He mainly writes in sonnets which contain a combination of quatrains and rhyming couplets

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