You are a freeform writer. Individualistic with a
sense for the different and challenging, Walt
Whitman and his poetry lacking meter and rhyme
is just what the doctor ordered. You’re quick
to write something that the rest of the world
doesn’t accept as poetry, quick to separate
yourself from the average joe. An author with a
true sense of self, you have confidence in your
abilities and aren’t afraid to show it. 🙂 GO

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  1. britzkrieg says:

    Who, me?

    I looked at the quiz, but not a single check box really applied to me. That’s not surprising, though. After cheating and reviewing all the possible classifications, I self-diagnosed myself as:

    You are a narrative writer. Usually a writer of
    stories rather than poetry, you grew up reading
    Shakespeare’s less popular and heard of plays–
    like King Lear or the Henry series. Your
    writing contains a certain order and
    organization–be it chronological or otherwise.
    If you are to write poetry, it has to convey a
    logical (or perhaps unreal) story with some
    sort of order behind it.

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    One of my casual reviewers would call me a “descriptive writer.” Here’s what he says: Some writers paint elaborate imagery in their stories… you throw the canvas on the floor and dump a few gallons onto it. “the bare, Spartan, walls” I think is a good example of what seems to be a “leave no noun without an adjective; never use one adjective where two can be crammed in” policy. He’s the only one I get this reaction from, though, so I’m sticking by my self-classification. After all, how many other people have read Timon of Athens and Measure for Measure? ;-P

  2. amokk says:

    Silly LJ, doing maintenance.

    anyway, apparently I’m a dark writer. yay. 🙂

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