This thread is to neither encourage nor discourage anyone about writing, but to discuss the potential of the English language for various kinds of writing styles or voices, which I will define as that quality of sound produced by the arrangment of strong and weak stresses, and the various kinds of pauses occuring between them, whether those that are separated by punctuation, or those that occur between phrases not separated by any marks. I think this discussion will be enlightening because there are many different styles of writing, each characteristic of one or more works that have been published, some of which I believe to have a distinct poetic quality, such as the King James Bible or other religious texts like the Quran. Now the chief concern of this discussion should be this: What features of the English language, either in vocabulary or syntax, permits this kind of thing to occur, given that in many of these works, it is not the esoteric words that are used, but the common ones, or the ones that would seem to be the most obvious choice. We will have to conclude either that the English language was designed to accommodate these works and their authors, or that the diction of each work is not the default mode of expression, but how will we prove this proposition? Please do not argue against the divine inspiration of the Bible, but leave any issue related to that out of the discussion. Please focus on the nature of our language and the diction of its works and their authors.