It must consist of exactly fourteen lines of iambic pentameter.
The meter is iambic pentameter; but the first foot of the second line is a trochee, and emphasizes thoughts with fine effect.
Unrhymed poetry, usually in iambic pentameter measure, is known as blank verse.
The sonnet is a lyric poem consisting of fourteen iambic pentameter lines.
The average quatrain is in iambic pentameter with alternate lines rhyming.
It is iambic pentameter,—the most common verse in great English poetry.
Though the prevailing verse is iambic pentameter, we rarely find more than three or four real accents.
The perception of variations in the measures of an iambic pentameter line was first taken up.