Now for a little fun (only studying without practicing is something that makes anyone mad, as a sometime teacher and all-time student I know that very well – hey, don't judge me wrong, you really never stop to learn!), it's time to see if those rules are used in the real world, ready or not, here we go!
Let's find a text that we like so that it will be easier for everyone involved if we know it, to divide it into the required three level faster.
The text that we'll choose is going to be different from each reader, so whatever level you see or want to apply is ok. We're going to need them to visually differentiate things.
I hereby choose one of my favourite poems of all time – or better, part of it, since it's really long: Nothing but Death by Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda, Nothing but Death – 1926
There are cemeteries that are lonely,
graves full of bones that do not make a sound,
the heart moving through a tunnel,
in it darkness, darkness...