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I have to agree with this! I can write poetry no problem but not free verse. Free verse always bugged me because I simply cannot do it. Poetry has rules like abab or aabb and stuff like that but free verse has nothing for me to follow so I just stare at a blank page and cry without direction! Ugh. Free verse is basically a story.
Elizabeth — Very determined in her endeavors, never affected by anything that gets in her way.
Said by a smart Arktos member,
"A slavic girl may be so sweet. The nicest one you'll ever meet. She might seduce you if she can. You'll think she is your greatest fan. But cross her, and your fate she'll seal, with a will of titan steel."
Poetry is a state of soul; this is soul's pattern...
I see no difference between prose or poetry. There's no real differences. It depends on your vision; first time it's prose, the next one - is poetry.
If you read Homer's poems you can find it non poetic at all, the same for some Shakespeare's rhymes. Rhymes are very specific, they depend on music in your soul.
I'll try to present my arguments in more laconic form:
1. That say there are poetry and prose; 2. Poetry bases on rhyme; 3. Rhymes construct according to soul's pattern in a musical way (we add one word to another in one of soul's functions); 4. Soul's patterns are variable (Soul's patterns may vary from a soul to a soul, from a time to a time); 5. Music for someone is a certain variation of soul patterns; 6. Any possible pattern is music; 7. There's no such a thing as prose, or 'prose' is a synonyms of 'poetry'.
a. Seeing such and such music as prose, and the rest types as prose is a matter of view of someone. b. I can see prose as the poetry, and poetry as the prose coherently.