specific features of verse composition to make these stories more memorable or to enhance them in some way. There are tens of thousands of poems available, all organized in numerous poetry categories, making it easy (and fun) to find that special poem for that special friend. Preliterate societies, lacking the means to write down important cultural information, use similar methods to preserve. Alternatively a line may end in mid-phrase or sentence: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer this linguistic unit is completed in the next line, The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
The present owners are, I believe, unaware that they occupy what might be the most famous licenced premises in English literature. In truth, however, the web site that was soon to be hosted on the domain m had already been in existence for several months. The Waste Land might be tracked down. Often the rhythm of each line is arranged in a particular meter. From our first newsletter: Less than three months ago, during the second week of November, 1998, I added a new subdirectory called /poetry to one of my existing web sites (at m). In preliterate societies, all these forms of poetry were composed for, and sometimes during, performance. For examples of what is considered "great" poetry, visit the Pulitzer prize and Nobel prize sections for poetry. In preliterate societies, poetry was frequently employed as a means of recording oral history, storytelling (epic poetry genealogy, law and other forms of expression or knowledge that modern societies might expect to be handled in prose.