Free Verse

Is the poem Eldorado a free verse poem?


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2012-04-15 13:39:59
2012-04-15 13:39:59

yes, it is a free verse poem.

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There isn't a requirement of rhythm for a free verse poem.

A free verse poem is a poem that doesn't have any rhyme and fixed metrical patterns.

A free verse poem can have as many lines as you want it to have. There is no rhyme or measure throughout this poem.

as long as you want it to be, it's FREE verse

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Free verse is when the poem has no structure in the stanzas at all. Structured verse can have the length be the same, end rhyme, or a rhythm to the poem

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.

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The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a free verse poem.

Emily Dickinson was a very good free verse poet.

a free verse poem is a poem is a poem that has no rhyme scheme and varios lengths and you guys aregay for doing poetry

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No, a free verse poem does not rhyme and a prose is everyday words and sentences

No. I have never read any poem of his that was free verse.

A famous free verse poem called'Messy Room'by Shel Silverstein Is quite funny and I would suggest you read it!

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