Swinburne's "To a Cat" is mostly trochaic tetrameters, with one dimeter line per stanza; he cuts the line short one syllable by catalexis, as is common in trochaic meter.
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STATELY, kindly, lordly friend,
Here to sit by me, and turn
Glorious eyes that smile and burn,
Golden eyes, love's lustrous meed,
On the golden page I read.