An amphibrachic foot (known as an amphibrach) has a short syllable followed by a long syllable followed by a short syllable (SLS or U/U).
Monometer is one foot per line.
We couldn’t find any examples of amphibrachic monometer – that’s not to say it doesn’t exist, but it certainly seems that amphibrachs are happier when they come in threes (trimeter) or fours (tetrameter).
However, here’s a list of amphibrachic words and phrases. Read the list out loud and you will gain a good impression of what amphibrachic monometer would sound like!
I hold it
A closer look at the foot in a couple of these words and phrases
U = short syllable; / = long syllable; | = division between feet