A song, poem, or verse
Many physics journals include initial epigraphs to articles, as well as short articles that contain nothing but a topical, humorous, or elegiac poem.
Implementor’s Note: No attempt has been made to retain the look or visual form of the original poetry.
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The following, in order:
<app> Appendix; <app-group> Appendix Matter; <body> Body of the Article; <boxed-text> Boxed Text; <disp-quote> Quote, Displayed; <fig> Figure; <gloss-group> Glossary Group; <glossary> Glossary Elements List; <named-content> Named Special (Subject) Content; <notes> Notes; <p> Paragraph; <ref-list> Reference List (Bibliographic Reference List); <sec> Section; <supplementary-material> Supplementary Material; <table-wrap> Table Wrapper; <verse-group> Verse Form for Poetry
... <sec> <title>Buy or Lease?<break/> Two Models for Scholarly Information<break/> at the End (or the Beginning) of an Era</title> <verse-group> <verse-line>Some say the world will end in fire,</verse-line> <verse-line>Some say in ice.</verse-line> <verse-line>From what I’ve tasted of desire</verse-line> <verse-line>I hold with those who favor fire.</verse-line> <verse-line>But if it had to perish twice,</verse-line> <verse-line>I think I know enough of hate</verse-line> <verse-line>To say that for destruction ice</verse-line> <verse-line>Is also great</verse-line> <verse-line>And would suffice.</verse-line> <attrib>—Robert Frost “Fire and Ice”</attrib> </verse-group> <p>Within living memory, our use of print (static) information has been governed by copyright law and the practices that have evolved around it. Enter electronic information, where publishers deliver it with licenses and new rules, a very different framework from copyright....</p> </sec> ...