Nouns and verbs: these are the parts of speech that matter most in writing poetry or prose. Adjectives and adverbs are also helpful, but less so. The rest is there to support sense. Here are two sentences from Wuthering Heights: One may guess at the power of the north wind, blowing over the edge, by the excessive slant...
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