- A poem composed as an amplification of lines taken from an earlier and better-known poem, although
not literally as a gloss in the explanatory sense. This is commonly a quatrain from another poem, and
then a poet writes a different poem based on these four lines. These four lines are referred to as cabeza
- There is no specific required form, but they sometimes follow AABB. Standard is 10 lines/stnaza, but
not all follow that. 6, 9 and 10 are generally rhymed. some glozas repeat the first and last lines of each
- Originated to tribute to the spanish court in particular.
- Allows poets to pay homage to influential poets, but also emphasize the independent meanings of the
- Sometimes the original context of the poem can be lost.
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- Rhyme scheme other than 6/9/10. There is no repetition.
- This is a forced rhyme. There is also half-masculine rhyme. For