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Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm. True False
The statement that "Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm." is TRUE. Free verse is poetry that isn't tied to a certain poetic form... so, it doesn't have to rhyme, or be a certain amount of lines, or a certain number of syllables. To still make it poetry, the words have to be well-chosen and artistic, and it is usually still arranged in stanzas and lines, not in paragraphs. The majority of
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The statement that "Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm." is TRUE.

Free verse is poetry that isn't tied to a certain poetic form... so, it doesn't have to rhyme, or be a certain amount of lines, or a certain number of syllables. To still make it poetry, the words have to be well-chosen and artistic, and it is usually still arranged in stanzas and lines, not in paragraphs. The majority of modern poetry is free verse.

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