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Oscar Wilde's "To My Wife" makes an unexpected association between poems and raindrops.
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User: Oscar Wilde's "To My Wife" makes an unexpected association between poems and raindrops.

Weegy: False is the answer.
sipichapie|Points 4135|

User: no meter, no rhyme

Weegy: Scansion is the dividing of verse (lines of poetry) into feet by indicating accents and counting syllables to determine the meter of a poem. So yes, it is used to determine meter and rhyme scheme
ComaWhite|Points 58|

User: no meter, no rhyme

Weegy: Scansion is the dividing of verse (lines of poetry) into feet by indicating accents and counting syllables to determine the meter of a poem. So yes, it is used to determine meter and rhyme scheme
ComaWhite|Points 58|

User: first eight line of a sonnet

User: repeated initial consonants

User: incongruity/inconsistency between what is expected and what actually happens

User: three-foot line



Weegy: What is your question? :)
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 4829|

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