There's a big difference between writing in verse and writing lyrical prose, but sometimes that difference is a little hard to pin down. For instance...
Metaphor and Simile
Alliteration and Assonance
(Side Note: If you don't know what alliteration or assonance is because you haven't read my Letter A post, welcome to my blog! Now, go back and read it so you know how Verse and Lyrical Prose use it! But, be careful; I think there might be a tongue twister loose on that post.)
So what's the Real Diff?
The biggest difference between verse and lyrical prose is simply
Which do you prefer writing in – verse or lyrical prose? Let me know in the comments!
This post is part of the A to Z Blogging Challenge. Each day in April (except Sundays) bloggers post a new post relating to a letter of the alphabet. You are on Letter V in my 2021 collection.
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