A blank poem is defined here as a poem without meter or verse that imitates natural speech patterns. Free songs can be short or long,
with or without sound, whether transmitted orally or in writing. Because free songs are not associated with any genre.
Poets often have more opportunity to experiment with technique than they would in other genres.
Critics argue that, since they do not have regular rhyme or meter, blank verse poems are merely flourishing prose. But those who write or appreciate
Free verse believes that free verse has its own devices beyond meter or rhyme – such as punctuation and words – that make it correct.
poetry like other genres.