I was wondering if there would be a way for you to link the poetry options (haiku, lyrical, epic, etc.) to a definition of that particular style of poetry. Maybe wiki or something similar? When you don't set out to write a specific type of poetry, you have to figure out what style's definition best fits the poem you've written and linking each word option to its definition would be a huge time saver.
Beth, I'm not sure what you mean, maybe I missed it, but each section of poetry type has a detailed definition above each group of poem hubs in the topic section. Does that help?
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