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Does the grammatical and polysynthetic structure of my language preclude poetry?

The verbal suffixes making most sentence ends sound the similar doesn't necessarily mean you can't do rhyming poetry - in fact, you can go out of your way to make them rhyme exactly the same. The ...
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How do you figure out sentence structures in a conlang (or even when natlangs emerge)?

You have a legitimate question as to how to build sentences, right? Your question, albeit a bit verbose, is a legit question which I interpret as you wanting to know how to build sentences that don't ...
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Subordinate Clauses In OSV

Adjuncts (which is "when the sun rises" here) can usually be placed anywhere in a sentence. Using another example with an object, the following are possible: When the sun rises, a song the ...
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