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Discussion in 'Writer's Block' started by iceheart, Jul 5, 2003.

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  1. iceheart

    iceheart The Frozen Poet

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    what kind of poetry is better - free verse, freestyle, or structured? i have been experimenting with all three (cant make free verse work - i have to rhyme) and i was wonderin what is the most favored technique?
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  2. lpoet

    lpoet POET

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    cant say that any one is better......whatever u like i guess....i like all kinds of shit....i know my shits never structured but i like when other peoples stuff is...i dunno...guess we all got prefrences ya know....
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  3. iceheart

    iceheart The Frozen Poet

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    well shit then i guess i'll just freestyle and structure, oh well thanks man
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  4. Feme Sole

    Feme Sole Mrs. _Evil

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    i like a lot of different types of poetry......just do YOU and eventually you will develop a style.....theres a few people that post in the realm that i could read a piece by them and totally recognize it as them even if i didnt know who wrote it.......did that make sense?.....lol sorry im so exhausted from the past few days
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  5. Mind~$oul

    Mind~$oul I'm Pretty

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    i just write
    whateva comes out
    that's it
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  6. vinous

    vinous New Member

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    i prefer structured....writing for myself, and definitely when reading others work....jst cos im lazy wen it comes to reading.

    like mind sed tho...i jst write wateva comes....but then structure after its all out there...kinda like editing i guess.

    but really, its wateva YOU prefer thats best, wateva comes naturally i guess.
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