Some people here have said that, in order for me to write rhythmically, I should write plainly to get my point across first, and then dress it up. I would have no problem doing that, except I worry that it will be linguistically impossible to rephrase all my thoughts to fit into the rhythm I want due to a lack of synonyms or grammatical flexibility. If I knew for sure that language did not have such a limitation, and that I could theoretically revise any words to fit certain kinds of rhythm, I would be much more willing to simply write in the plainest style, so that afterward I could revise it for rhythm. Can you please counter this thinking if at all possible, and if you like, give some examples of plainly written prose being revised, not just for regular rhythm, but for irregular? I think I need to see this happening in action to be satisfied.