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In Phonetics, Poetry 

In Phonetics, Poetry

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Punctuation
Author(s):

Cheryl Iverson

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In Phonetics, Poetry

The forward slash is also used to set off phonemes and phonetic transcription and to divide run-in lines of poetry.

/d/ as in dog

…cold-breathed earth/earth of the slumbering and liquid trees/earth of the mountains misty-topped.

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