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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager, MBA (Marketing), California
Answered Oct 16, 2019
The correct answer to this question is False. With three-word form poems, there are many directions that the writer must follow. As the name suggests, the first rule is that each line that is in the poem must have three words. These three-word poems are based around the same topic.
The first three line word stands alone. Then, the last two words from the first line are the first two words of the next line. For example, my poem could be "Music, lines, love. And my second line would be "Lines, love, rhythm." The cycle would continue until the writer feels the poem is over.