Cadences and rhythmic use of words is used effectively throughout literature and society. They can create a mood, or stir the senses.
This has been used by orators, poets and drill sargents from the beginning.
One of the better known cultural chants from movies is "Lions, and tigers, and bears oh my!" You switch the order and it does quite roll or create the tension.
Then there is the rhythmic mimic of the chow call "Hay foot, straw foot, belly full of bean soup."
Haiku is built on the rhythmic pattern of 5, 7, 5 syllables.
So the challenge (any form and any length) is to use language rhythmically in either enhancing or countering tension to the words of your piece.
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