I just wrote this poem, Unto the Storm, and published it.....when I try to edit to make the little rhymed parts go together, in 4 lines at a time, it won't do it, it just appears as one big text blob....help, some of you poets out there, please.
Guess I will just answer my own question and try putting the paragraphs in separate capsules....thanks to myself, I guess. Misha, where are you, you are always the one to help me.
My 3rd answer to myself, it STILL doesn't work. Can someone plz help meeeeee
Sorry darling, I have no idea how to deal with that - I'm not a poet
You might want to look at that thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/2074
I'll let you know if I find something else...
Irritating, isn't it?
HubPages just ignores blank lines.
What I do is put a full stop at the beginning of a blank line to separate my stanzas. You really don't see the full stops unless you know they are there and look for them.
Thx, I think I know what you mean.....yeah, that will work, you are smart!
Nope, tried that and it still does not work....what the heellll
Is your Hub published?
It worked on mine - have a look at http://hubpages.com/hub/Dont-Ask-Why-Lisa-B and you'll see the dots.
I had already tried the "every staza in its own text capsule" solution, so it's all in separate text capsules, and each capsule ends with a line that just has a . at the beginning.
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