Poetry May Not Rhyme
Some Poetry May Not Rhyme but it doesn’t mean that it is not poetry all the same. It seems it is more important that the words are spaced properly on the line and on the page. There are rules and style requirements for different kinds of poetry that you can look up on the web or even watch a YouTube video to learn how to create them yourself. Check out this article written about this same subject I just found on the web: https://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-different-types-of-non-rhyming-poems.htm
Here is an example of my own that I posted on my Facebook personal page last month.
As a child
Three board post & rail fence
In their backyard
It was painted
And separated them
I waved as their car
Sitting up there
It didn’t matter
As if by magic
A bird landed
To flap away
As soon as it recognized
I had no wings
Than I should
I had big ideas
I only wish
Some Quick Info For Writers and Readers Too
- A poem with no rhyme scheme is termed as a Free verse poem.
- Blank verse is non-rhyming poetry that clings to an internal rhythm, such as iambic pentameter.
- Concrete poetry, sometimes called shape or size poetry, tries to create an image through the placement of the words; a poem about birds, for example, may resemble a bird spreading its wings.
- Haikus are non-rhyming poems consisting of three lines, each containing a set number of syllables: five, then seven, and then five again.
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Still think this turned out so cute. Enjoy!