#1
Anyone know any poets who write in free verse? Or musicians?
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#2
Also, how do you write in free verse? I have to write 4 poems in it for school...
Did you know the odds of a Vault-Tec shelter failing are 1,763,497 to 1?

So imagine life in a Vault-Tec Vault. Not just a future.
A brighter future... underground.

Patrolling the Mojave almost makes you wish for a nuclear winter.
#4
i think you mean blank verse dude.
Frost, Keats, Shakespeare, why not google 'blank verse poets'
blank verse is the more traditional pattern with 10 syllables per line and iambic pentameter. Milton's Paridise Lost was in blank verse, Woodsworth, Shelly and Taylor wrote in blank verse, etc.
make sure you get the foot and spondee combination correct otherwise its uniambic
#5
^ It's free verse, I'm in school right now.
Did you know the odds of a Vault-Tec shelter failing are 1,763,497 to 1?

So imagine life in a Vault-Tec Vault. Not just a future.
A brighter future... underground.

Patrolling the Mojave almost makes you wish for a nuclear winter.
#7
Err...
Blank verse and free verse are different formats.

Most songs are written in free verse, but I've heard a lot of people classify songs as their own form of poetry.

There are a lot of free verse poems just google them. As for examples, I like Charles Bukowski and Shel Silverstein

edit:
Here's a quick and dirty guide to writing free verse.
http://www.readinga-z.com/poetry/lesson_plans/freeverse/freeverse_print.html


Next time do some research before you ask the pit.
This is all stuff you can easily find on a decent search engine.
Last edited by kaplac at Sep 3, 2008,