1. Martin the Mess says:

    Nope, too close to being grammatically correct to qualify as free verse.

  2. C. Simon says:

    I once sold Blank Verse for all occasions at the reasonable rate of $500 a page. Regrettably, the majority of my customers didn’t seem to know what blank means: eventually they ran me out of town on a rail, after their apparent yet inexplicable surprise when they found their pages were—just as I had described to them—blank. I don’t understand how I can make a living on poetry when the public needs to be tutored in the meanings of basic words.

  3. Clay Potts says:

    He composes verse at very reasonable rates and then he gives them away for free – admirable, but not the best business plan!

    I just can’t get the vision out of my head of a man named, “Wobble”, walking around on a roof thirty feet off the ground – hopefully he sticks to flat roofs – or does this guy have perfect pitch, too?

  4. Reasonable rates? I thought the verse was free.

    Jeffery Hodges

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