TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND MY APPROACH TO POETRY
Many people think of poetry in terms of rhyming words at the ends of lines like this:
I think that I shall never see
a poem as lovely as a tree
But many are unfamiliar with free verse which might not rhyme at all or might have a different approach, using internal rhymes which are rhyming words within lines rather than at the end of them. Many of my poems use this approach, but I like to try different forms of poetry so don't be surprised to read rhyming poems with a fixed meter or even sonnets... a whole different ball game. After all, I am an amateur poet not a professional. I do not make money with my poetry writing. I do it for my own pleasure and enlightenment.
A LITTLE MORE INFO...
Free Verse is a nonmetrical, nonrhyming lines that closely follow the natural rhythms of speech. A regular pattern of sound or rhythm may emerge in free-verse lines, but the poet does not adhere to a metrical plan in their composition. Usually free verse is free from both meter and rhyme.
Blank Verse is unlike free verse, it does have a consistent meter, for example, iambic pentameter, that creates a du-DUM rhythm effect. An example I made up: To WRITE a VERSE can MAKE you THINK aGAIN