they are called verses eg:lady of shallot The divisions of a poem are often referred to as stanzas. The stanzas look like paragraphs that are not indented and have a space between them.
what about "canto" a division of a long poem
what do you call two or more lines that together make up one of the divisions of a poem couplet
A stanza is a division of a poem mad of at lease two lines, much like a paragraph. If a poem has six stanzas it has six divisions.
The stanzas in a poem are usually one of the divisions of the poem, composed of two or more lines mostly characterized by a common pattern of meter, rhyme, and number of lines.
a name poem is a poem when you put your name like this: Excellent Mean Incrediable Lonely Young
Poems usually do not have paragraphs; poetic divisions of text are called stanzas.
What was the name of Homer's Famous poem