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1 Merlin: But wait, the Siege slays all but those destined to find the Grail.
1 Prof. Jones: So? I did find it.
2 Merlin: You found it in the past. You are highly unlikely to find it again in the future. The spell is quite specific.
3 Prof. Jones: Isn't that a bit overly pedantic?
4 Merlin: Hey, it's magic. It makes C++ look like free verse.
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But as I (re-)discovered
when I looked it up,
blank verse actually has a
rigidly defined structure, whereas
my intention was to refer to the completely unstructured form of
some poets argue that free verse is not
free - it is only "free" in
the sense that you don't
have to follow any rules
pretty free to me...
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