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Examples of free verse poems?

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look up Shel Silverstein he writes a lot of free verse

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There are no specifications when writing free verse poems. Because free verse poems do not use the traditional method of writing poems. It can be any poem with or without rhyme, it may not be good or follow any poetic pattern.


No it is a free verse :)


Poems that tend to repeat themselves are known as free verse.


Poems with out Rhyme are known as Free Verse Poems


No it is not free verse because free verse poems do not rhyme. Footprints does. Walked, talked, scene, serene, etc.


Free verse has no necessary structure - anything you want to call a poem is one.


ahh, Free verse poems try to stray away from the cliches that everyone thinks of when the word "poem" is pronounced if poems were limited to rhyming you might hear this: The notebook was green like a bean but with free verse you can do so much more: The notebook was green the green of the loamy moss which covered moist forest floors Free verse poems usually sound more reflective and detailed, while rhyming poems may sound jovial or scary. A rhyming poem CAN be free verse though.


Free verse is poetry that doesn't have a rhyme scheme or meter as is found in other forms of poetry.


No rules, and usually no rhythm or rhyme.


Free verse poems vary greatly, some poems are typed into the image of a poem: C H A I R C I H R A while others flow in their own structure. many free verse poems will use "returns" to signify pauses: I looked to the sky Poems will also use commas, periods, and other puncuation, or none at all!


Free verse sounds like speech, but has the structure of a poem, like line length. Rhyming poems rhyme, unlike free verse.


That depends on the poem. Some do, and some don't. It isn't required in a free verse poem, if that is what you are asking.


I'm sure that he did write those kind of poems.


The type of poem you are thinking about is called free verse.


No they can't because then it's a rhyme poem. ^^ that answer is bull. ^^ Of course it can rhyme. It's free verse, meaning it's free to do what you want. As long as the rhyme has no set pattern to it, it is still free verse.


WELL.....NOT ALL POEMS some can be free-verse and some can have stanzas that rhyme together.


Haiku, sonnet, free form/free verse, epic, couplet, narrative...


Nothing, not really. Many poets have exclaimed that free verse isn't free- they have said that free verse must follow its own rules and not be rambling foolishness. so put thought into your poems and the sky is merely your launchpad.


its just a story. books are giant freeverse poems


it means tht u can right any poem


False free verse can have Rhythm it is a form of poetry that does not follow rules in meter rhyme or the number of lines in a stanza


Many poets write poems in free verse. Sylvia Plath's "Tulips" is written in free verse, just to name one.


Haiku, free verse, limerick, sonnet, sestina, blank verse, and lyrical are the main styles of poetry commonly written.


Poems don't have to rhyme, in fact many don't. There are all kinds of poems, like haiku, limerick, and free-verse, and they all follow different schemes.



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