Some of the webpages were attempts at brainstorming, for example, looking at the poetry that we had a good idea were
Henry's and trying to find patterns (such as rhyme scheme) in those pieces.
The result of this investigation into rhyme scheme was to find that
Henry was an experimenter and constantly changed pattern, though he had a preference for the anapest pattern
of the Christmas poem.
Moore, on the other hand, had one pattern that he used and used and used and used in his
1844 book Poems. There
were only two breaks in his pattern. One was the Christmas poem and another anapest, a rather nasty fable about
a pig and a rooster. Another was a poem about a horse in a style that had become so popular it
was being satired unmercifully.