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Other Forms and Traditions in Poetry 192 Views
Have you ever read a sestina in a cantina or a villanelle in your holding cell? The great thing is that... not every type of poetry needs to rhyme. So if you’d like, you can read a sonnet while you’ve got a bee in your... hoodie.
Books are meant to be enjoyed. Sure, authors have different motives for their works—some may want to start a revolution while others hope to deli...
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."