by George Dance
Like stanzas, verse paragraphs are normally separated by blank lines; but unlike division into stanzas, which depends on considerations of meter and rhyme scheme, division into verse paragraphs is done according to sytactical considerations. Verse paragraphs are often used in blank verse narratives, for instance, to indicate change of subject or passage of time.
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