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Meet Emma Woodhouse of Jane Austen's Emma . She’s a rich young woman with a good social life living in 18th-century England. We bet she has an awesome accent. So what could possibly be wrong with her, you may ask? Well, Emma can’t stop getting involved in other people’s love lives. Does Emma just matchmake for fun? Is she honestly trying to help her friends? Is she trying to escape her own issues? Watch the video, and keep your eye out for Emma and her cupid’s arrow.
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That's a good question. Maybe this is poetry. A haiku, perhaps.
Without meter, poetry is just... poetry without meter.
We'd like to read heavy metal poetry.
Shakespeare wrote 154 of them. No, not angry letters to the cable company. We were looking for "sonnets."