Table Poetic dimensions (classification, characteristics and examples)

Name a brief description of Example
Horay Two-syllable foot with stress on the first syllable in the syllabo-tonic addition system Terek howls, wild and vicious,
Between the rocky masses, 
Storm his cry is like, 
Tears are flying in a spray. 
(M. Yu. Lermontov)
Iamb Two-syllable foot with stress on the second syllable in the syllabo-tonic addition system In the front there is a crush, anxiety; 
In the living room, a meeting of new faces, 
Lai Mosek, smacking girls, 
Noise, laughter, crush at the door … 
(A.S. Pushkin)
Dactyl Three-syllable foot with stress on the first syllable in the syllabo-tonic addition system Whoever called – I do not want
For fussy tenderness 
I exchange hopelessness
And, closing myself, I am  silent. 
(A. A. Blok)
Amphibrachium Three-syllable foot with stress on the second syllable in the syllabo-tonic system of addition It is not the wind that rages over the forest,
The streams did not run from the mountains – 
Frost of the governor 
patrols his possessions. 
(N. A. Nekrasov)
Anapaest Three-syllable foot with stress on the third syllable in the syllabo-tonic addition system I will disappear from melancholy and laziness,
Lonely life is not sweet, 
My heart aches, my knees are weakening,
A
bee creeps into every clove of fragrant cedar,  Singing. 
(A. A. Fet)
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