The word verse comes from versus, which can be translated “verse”. The notion came into our language as a verse.
In the holy scriptures The small fragments that are distinguished within the chapters of the Bible and other books considered sacred are called a verse. It is a grouping of phrases or sentences that facilitate access and study of the content.
In the Bible we find the verse as a structural unit
It can be said that the verses are part of the organization of the Bible. They are characterized by being numbered, which helps to locate them and, eventually, to quote them in a sermon or in another context.
Structure of the Bible The Bible is divided in several ways. On the one hand, it is possible to differentiate between the Old Testament and the New Testament. In each, moreover, there are different books: Genesis, Exodus, Gospel of Matthew, Gospel of John, Acts of the Apostles, Epistle of Jude, etc. The name of each book appears in the index, sometimes abbreviated (Ex. instead of Exodus, for example). Then a first number is indicated, corresponding to the chapter of the book in question. Finally, after the chapter number and after a colon ( 🙂 , is the verse number. So suppose we find a mention of John 14:6. As we indicated the lines above, John refers to the book (the Gospel of John) Number 14, in turn, alludes to the chapter, while number 6 details the verse “I am the way, the truth and the life” starts this biblical passage. Literature lovers, the Bible is a very particular source of stories, in part because it has an ill-defined provenance and because it is so ancient. Here are some of the most frequently cited verses. Philippians 4:13. She thanks God for receiving from her son , Jesus Christ, the strength you need to face life’s obstacles.
John 3:16 . God so loved the world that he gave his own son to awaken faith in his people and offer them eternal life in return. Corinthians 13:4-5. He extols the virtues of love, starting with the goodness that characterizes it. He also points out that it is not related to pride or envy, that he is not rude, selfish, spiteful, or easily angered. Joshua 1:9. This reminds us to be strong and courageous, trusting in the fact that God will never abandon us. In literature Finally, in literature, verses are the verses that make up a poem developed without fixed meter or rhyme. These works are free verse, usually long.
In poetry, lines are lines without meter or rhyme.
It is known by the name of free verse to the poetic form that intentionally departs from the rules of rhyme and meter that stand out in Western poetry published until the end of the 19th century. This indicates that it has certain similarities to poetic prose and to prose poem, although it differs visually in keeping the lines indented in the style of a traditional poem. This verse was used in surrealism, a movement that was born on the European continent during the First World War and that was especially influenced by Dadaism. According to the description that the Real Academia Española provides us with, it is an attempt to overcome the real by relying on the dreamlike and irrational through unconscious thinking. Precisely, surrealism was not limited by literary traditions, to the point of challenging the misma metric.