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Free verse is best described as — a. poetry written without regular rhyme schemes and meter b. words and expressions not meant to be taken literally c. clues that hint at what will happen later on in the poem d. exaggeration used for a literary effect such as emphasis, drama, or humor
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Free verse is best described as - poetry written without regular rhyme schemes and meter. [smile]
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