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What is a poetry that does not have rhyme or regular meter?

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Free verse.

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I believe that is free verse

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poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter.


Free verse is poetry that doesn't conform to a regular meter or rhyme scheme. Not to be confused with blank verse, which doesn't have a rhyme scheme but is written in iambic pentameter.



Free verse is poetry without rhyme or regular meter.




Yes, John Keats did use rhyme and meter in his poetry.




Rhyme and meter are both found in poetry. Rhyme is the repetition of similar sounding words, while meter is the structure of a poetic verse.


To keep thing short and simple, It is called Free Verse. Jmoney is my name :)



Structured poetry is a type of poetry that contains repeating patterns of elements such as stanza length, rhyme, and meter.


not unless it is Blank verse.


Poetry that doesn't rhyme but follows a regular metrical pattern is called blank verse.


Rhyme poetry is poetry that rhymes


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


Conventional poetry uses meter, which is a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that forms a beat like in music. It often uses rhyme as well, although blank verse does not and is still considered conventional.


They both make use of meter, rhyme, and expressive imagery.


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Poetry that does not use set meter or rhyme scheme is known as free verse. This phrase, however, can be somewhat deceptive because while poetry in this form does not adhere to traditional definitions of poetry forms, these elements of rhyme and meter are still important. It is rare to find a poem that is truly free verse, where the poet has not thought extremely carefully about every word choice in each line.


A couplet is a pair of lines of meter in poetry and verse. It usually consists of two lines that rhyme and have the same meter. While traditionally couplets rhyme, not all do.


A rhyme and the and of a line in poetry.


No. The beats in poetry give it a rhythm. The rhythm is set by the meter being used in the poem. Rhyme is to do with (usually) the endings of each line and whether they sound similar.



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