Traditional Poems - Examples of Poetry for Traditional
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Some of us have been to so many weddings that we could probably tell you at any point what song a couple has chosen next or how much more of the ceremony is left. We might have this ability because many weddings in our culture are very traditionally structured and don't vary much in their format from one set of nuptials to the next.

A traditional poem operates in much the same way, since it is any poetic work that adheres to a definite verse structure or set of characteristics. On the contrary, what some might call contemporary poetry demonstrates a departure from these characteristics that define a traditional poem. For instance, traditional poems are known for typically following particular rhyme schemes and metrical patterns. However, contemporary poems favor free verse, which employs no rhyme or poetic meter.

Within free verse, contemporary poets tend to use language that is easily accessible to general readers, whereas traditional poems often feature language reserved for a more educated audience. Contemporary poems are also rather brief compared to more traditional works of poetry, which can sometimes extend for many hundreds of lines.

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