The prose is a form of linguistic expression, characterized by the continuity of syntactic periods and not subject to the rules of writing in verse. The concept of prose must be considered in opposition to that of poetry: in fact, it indicates a structure that does not present the “start of a new line” of the verse (regulated by metric rules, rhythmic needs, will express) but proceeds straight, completing the line and using the “newline” only to indicate a non-metric-rhythmic but conceptual separation between sequences not obliged by formal constraints.