In the case of poetry, I find it feasible simply to choose a rhythm and conform the words to that rhythm. I have not, however, succeeded with this method in any other form of writing. So I need to ask this question: Would it be feasible to contrive a wordless cadence and then to find words conveying your ideas that match that cadence, or must flow emerge in the process of crafting words and revising them? If I do it correctly, I sometimes succeed in the latter, but can I not also use the former if I want? What if I want to achieve a certain flow or effect? Would it be impossible for me to do so with that method? In addition to that question, I would like to ask, is sentence euphony and cadence the same thing? Also, I have read articles that talk about flow being the product of variety. How exactly does cadence tie in with variety? Is attention to cadence even necessary for flow, or can attention to cadence without variety be successful in yielding flow?