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What is free verse? A. poetry that doesn’t follow the rules of a particular structure B. poetry that follows a strict pattern of rhyme and rhythm C. poetry that uses rhyme, but does not use rhythm D. poetry that uses rhythm, but does not rhyme
Free verse is a poetry that doesn’t follow the rules of a particular structure.
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Free verse is a poetry that doesn’t follow the rules of a particular structure.
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