Write a free verse poem
You may find something that works for future writing as well. It's a decision you and your writing will make together.
How to write a poem
This can go together with long and short lines. Perhaps you have a common number of stresses per line. I think form is a choice. You may find a form that fits better for you this way. How you compose your lines on the page is a strong weapon. The authors of 20th-century free verse supervened the use of end-of-line rhyming schemes, but employed the internally natural rhyming methods of repetitive sound, such as alliteration, assonance, consonance, and internal rhyme. Write the section of the story two ways, using line-breaks and other free-verse tools to illustrate the different speakers. Through study, thought, and revision you will find what structure is appropriate for the piece of art you are building.
Perhaps it is the seed for another project. Unlike metric poetry, it is not slave to a scaffolding of stresses and un-stresses. Write the section of the story two ways, using line-breaks and other free-verse tools to illustrate the different speakers.
Sound Bonding: You may feel drawn to clanging clashing sounds or mellifluous lullabies. What, then, frames a piece of free-verse? A pattern will always emerge in rhythm, number of stresses, line length, line breaks or sound.
To make the writer pause and digest, try hard consonant sounds: He became Canadian bound. Did the words you chose alliterate in a way that compliments your theme?
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