Martin Luther King taught us all nonviolence. I was told to extend nonviolence to the mother and her calf.
—Dick Gregory
iamb
A metrical foot of two syllables, one short (or unstressed) and one long (or stressed). There are four iambs in the line "Come live/ with me/ and be/ my love," from a poem by Christopher Marlowe. (The stressed syllables are in bold.) The iamb is the reverse of the trochee.