Unless you are W.B.Yeats, you are unlikely to draft your poems in prose, but it’s quite possible that you have fallen into the habit of drafting them in a certain way. Perhaps you tend to go for short lines or long lines, or automatically avoid lines that end in rhyme, or instinctively stay within the protective shad...
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