stichic


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stich·ic

 (stĭk′ĭk)
adj.
Composed of verses having the same metrical form.
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He also alternates paragraphs with stichic accumulations of lines, which contributes to the poetry's general sense that density yields explosive results.
Indeed, couplets afford the opportunity to create some of the effects of stichic poetry, that is, poetry built on the unit of the line.
His form is comparable to that of his source text, if only by virtue of being stichic, but also significantly different.