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  • It can be looked at that way

    Music is simply a form of art, just like poety. But in a way, you can look at the lyrics of any song and consdier it the same thing as poetry. Both are very good ways for someone to express themselves but ultimately can vague the same emotions and same point.

  • Words are free to describe anything.

    Songs are made out of words. The definition of a free-versed poetry means that there is no specific end-rhyme at the end of each sentence. However, I think different people might have different opinions towards this topic, but I would certainly use the lyrics of songs in my poems and vice-versa!

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  • Songs have rhythm and rhyme

    Free verse poetry is defined as poetry that has neither a set meter nor rhyme scheme. Most songs have a set rhythm/meter, because the syllables of the words (lyrics) correspond with a pattern of beats in the song. Songs also usually have a rhyme scheme. Therefore, one would be hard pressed to find a song that was free verse.


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