What Is the Difference between Poetry and Prose?

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Poetry is a lyrical form of writing, used for such things as writing songs or poems. Prose is the more typical form of writing as used in articles & letters.
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Generally speaking, poetry is subject to some kind of structure, format, rhythm or rhyme scheme that is not applied to prose writing.
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Prose is any kind of text that is written with standard grammatical structure and generally flows naturally, as regular speech. It is meant to be straightforward and clear, and is
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poetry is writing in an arrangement of words in verse; especially, a rhythmical composition, sometimes rhymes, expressing facts, ideas or emotions in a style more concentrated, imaginative
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There are many different types of poetry. Some traditional types are the sonnet, the ode, the limerick, and the ballad. There is also minute poetry, and free verse, just to name a
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Poetry is language spoken or written according to some pattern that emphasizes relationships between words on the basis of sound as well as meaning, while prose is a form of written language that is not organized according to formal patterns of verse.
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