The transition of world agriculture from food grain to feed grains represents an...evil whose consequences may be far greater and longer lasting than any past examples of violence inflicted by men against their fellow human beings.
—Jeremy Rifkin
iambic pentameter
The most common type of meter in English poetry, in which there are five iambs (unstressed then stressed syllable pair) to a line: "But soft!/ What light/ through yon/der win/dow breaks?" (Romeo and Juliet).