Aquila Talk:A Sea Voyage of Exploration (Nova Roma)

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Poem format

Venator's poetry has a standard meter and line-length, which I've always seen when the pieces are first published:

Foamy necked waves, break oer the shoal
Racing to wash, granite toothed beach
Greenish sea moss, garlands the rocks
Dark, wet and grey, set in the sand [...]

IIRC, this meter is a feature of a particular kind of Norse poetry, and I'm pretty sure Veni writes them that way on purpose. Would it be OK to reformat the Wiki versions of these as I find them, to more accurately reflect what I believe to be the author's original intent? -- Marius Peregrinus 17:18, 12 December 2007 (CET)

This is how I found it on the old site. Let's ask Venator and do what he wants. Agricola 05:10, 13 December 2007 (CET)
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