Poem: Bond or Free? by Ruth M. Bedford

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Let others, if they will, rehearse
The easy freedom of "free" verse;
I gladly serve in my brief time
The lovely tyranny of rhyme.

Let those who scorn restriction find
A formless country to their mind:
I still observe in numble awe
The sculptured limits of the law.

First published
in The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 October 1933

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