Meeraji is considered to be one of the pioneers of symbolism in Urdu poetry, and especially introducing Free Verse
Sheehan facilitates the narrative shifts by juxtaposing free verse
for JC's current conversations with Boy and prose passages when JC tells of his past.
Poems in the Attic" is a sensitive collection of two sets of memories captured in two verse styles, tanka, and free verse
With this reputation to overcome, along with the intrinsic constraints of rhyme, it's no wonder many poets prefer free verse
If we understand free verse
as verse that is nonmetrical, and rhythm as contingent, if not on meter, then at least upon some kind of recurrence or regularity or patterning, we recognize how free verse
and rhythm may seem incompatible.
Read, Recite, and Write Free Verse
Poems (Poet's Workshop).
In casual terms, formal verse may be rhymed and rhythmically patterned, blank verse unrhymed and rhythmically patterned, and free verse
unrhymed and rhythmically unpatterned--or more commonly, "non-metrical.
Summary: Ounsi al-Hajj, who pioneered use of free verse
in Arabic poetry in 20th century, dies aged 77.
Writers of potential free verse
range across the centuries, from George Herbert to George Meredith, and once within the mid- to late-nineteenth century, Kirby-Smith's list starts to swell: Matthew Arnold, Coventry Patmore, Henry S.
Picture Book | Free Verse
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The central focus is the group of free verse
poems composed after 1800 known as the vaterlandische Gesange, interpretations of which, although numerous, have tended to privilege philosophical implications over formal considerations.