Do you think that poetry has to rhyme in every line?
I do believe that rhyme is necessary to poems. Otherwise, it's just prose with a lot of line breaks. But I don't believe that couplets are the only way. I am a fan of, for example, rhyming every other line, or every third. It keeps the flow going without being too pushy.
A poem need not rhyme
Every line, every time.
Rhyme a line or two
that's often enough to do
Justice to yours and to mine.
No, most definetely not!!!!
Poetry simply needs a deeper meaning and substance; it needn't rhyme at all but it should have rhythm too it but keep it in mind that they are two completely different things. A poem that has no particular rhyming pattern is said to be written in free verse.
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