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The word Verse is used in several senses:

  1. Metrical poetry, as opposed to prose.
  2. A line of poetry, whether metrical or not.

Verse may refer to:

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Poetry

  • Verse (poetry), a line of poetry, a stanza
  • Blank verse is a type of poetry having regular meter but no rhyme
  • Free verse is a type of poetry written without the use of strict meter or rhyme, but that is still recognizable as 'poetry'
  • Versed, 2009 collection of poetry by Rae Armantrout
  • Verse, an occasional synonym for poetry

Religion

Music

Other uses

  • Verse protocol, a networking protocol allowing real-time communication between computer graphics software
  • ’verse, expanded canon associated with a fictional universe.

See also




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