Footle
A footle is a 2 line, 2 syllable trochaiac monometer poem [with one metrical foot on each line with the stress on the first syllable]. The title is integral to the poem. It is suitable for light, witty, pertinent and topical verse. It resembles a mini-ballard when the stanzas are strung together. Example Beach Footles Hot sun What fun Soft sand How grand Blue sea For me High tide
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Foot loose
Recluse

Lost sole
Toe holed

Paw flawed
Cause thawed

Returns
Adjourns

His trek
To beck

Doctor
Cobbler

With glues
Fix shoes

To treat
His feet

So feat
Complete

With Soul
To stroll

Alone
Freestone

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