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- n. Plural form of verser.
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(You don't have to do this, but it makes it easier for all of us to see the entries of all of the other blank versers.)
I do not credit one word of it from such and suchess mistra-versers.
Poets have dreams beyond the ones we write; it's source for our creative appetite -- held carrots before the mind to excite we beastly versers to scale to our height.
Most free versers, I think, are somewhere in between, although nowhere in Mallarmé's league.
This concept is further elaborated on the next page in a manner important not just for metricists but for free versers as well: “A poet’s intention is to shape a prosodic form that is perfectly suited to the point he wants to make -- to the particular quality of human experience he deals with -- in this particular poem.”