Is free verse the same as prose?
No, a free verse poem does not rhyme and a prose is everyday words and sentences
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Free verse is poetry without rhyme or regular meter.
Answer . Prose is free speech put into blank verse, and verse is verses in iambic perameter.
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Shakespeare wrote in verse because, in his day, it was a sign of literary excellence. In plays like 'A midsummer night's dream,', the verse gives the play a sense of an unreal…istic world. Using verse suggests a natural affinity between the people speaking, and also gives the impression of a predetermined script. Actors found it easier to memories lines in verse, as well. . However, he wrote in prose for some parts of the plays, because this gave the play a sense of informality..
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Verse may have rhyme and meter.
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Verse is often in rhyme or meter (a structure of syllables such as iambic pentameter or haiku) and does not always require proper sentence formation. Prose is written in para…graphs and sentences. thus verse is poetry and song and prose is "regular" writing.
In English, it reads as prose. However, different languages and cultures have defined "rhyme" differently than we do in Modern English, and in Hebrew it's considered one of th…e poetical books.
verse may rhyme and have a beat -prose doesn't.
Basically, prose are words (text) that can be spoken or printed ina book. Verse are words that typically having a rhyme to them.