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A pause in a line of poetry is _____. an image a sound effect a caesura a symbol
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User: A pause in a line of poetry is _____. an image a sound effect a caesura a symbol

Weegy: a caesura
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User: True or False- Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm.

Weegy: A caesura pause in a line of poetry.





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true or False- Free verse is poetry that has no rhythm.
Weegy: Poetry that doesn't have a set rhyming or rhythm pattern is free verse. Free verse can still rhyme and have a rhythm, but there is no prescribed pattern- it's all up to the poet to vary it however he or she wishes. (More)
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True or False- Blank verse is unrhymed iambic pentameter.
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Blank verse is unrhymed iambic pentameter, TRUE.

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