I spoke often in Congress against the war in Vietnam…by saying 'many eat the meat but few go to the slaughterhouse.' I said it so often I became a vegetarian.
—Rep. Andrew Jacobs
terza rima
A type of poetry consisting of 10- or 11-syllable lines arranged in three-line "tercets" with the rhyme scheme aba bcb cdc, etc. The poet Dante is credited with inventing terza rima, which he used in his Divine Comedy. Terza rima was borrowed into English by Chaucer, and it has been used by many English poets, including Milton, Shelley, and Auden.