Of course, we do, since he was the master. So, sonnets.
The Shakespearean sonnet is also called the English sonnet;Each line has five pairs of syllables, and every second syllable is stressed - this is called an iambic pentameter; The sonnet is divided into three verses of four lines;There is a rhyming scheme: abab cdcd efef (meaning the last word of the first line of each verse rhymes with the last word of the third, and the end of second line rhymes with the end of the fourth);There are two more lines at the end of the poem, after the third verse;These last two lines end with words that rhyme with each other: gg. Notes on Writing:
I found this incredibly hard to write, and I'm not sure the iambic pentameter is perfect, but everyone has to start somewhere. I wish you good luck with yours.
"Do not laugh at me," roared my inner ghost
"Keep me secret. Keep me safe. Tell you none,
or I will make you…