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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Long story short. The difference is that with PROSE the rhythms varies more than poetry. The different beats and rhythms between POETRY and PROSE can easily tell them apart. Poetry
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Poetry is language spoken or written according to some pattern.
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Connor, Prose is formed in sentences. Poetry has rhythm and a more stylised form. It comes in verses (obviously this has evolved but not in Shakespeare's time) It usually rhymes
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I can understand your confusion because some writing sites use the prose category for stories as well as for poetry. In short, prose is a language that is not poetry and an ordinary
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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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