What type open poetry does not use a consistent meter pattern or rhyme? a. prose b. an idea c. free verse d. extended metaphor
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Free verse, as prose is regular speaking, an idea is just an idea, and an extended metaphor is a metaphor that is described over several verses
I think it ts free verse
C. Free Verse.
Explanation: Free verse is a literary device in poetry that doesn't have limitations of regular meter or rhythm, and doesn't rhyme. Free verse is also called "Open format poetry" and even if it doesn't have a regular rhythm, meter or structure and it doesn't rhyme, it stills provides and artistic expression. Many recognized authors often wrote in free verse, like Walt Whitman and T. S. Eliot.
This is free verse, as the name suggests its not held by any rules.its free
This poetry is called free verse poetry thanks and have a wonderful day 🙂
Free verse is the answer, hence the name "free" verse.
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The answer will be C
Its C Free verse
Cause free verse does not have to rhyme.
Free Verse as it is free from the usual conventions of poetry
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