Stephanie V. answered 06/13/19
Dedicated to Teaching the Humanities!
Having your own style of writing a poem is certainly no crime, and because poetry is constantly shifting and changing, and new styles are used, you could very well make this a part of your style. Poetry is not as much about what is an "acceptable" style as it is about what style you feel best depicts the image that is compelling you to write. So if your sentence is, "She wore round her neck many gems, as beautiful as rare," that is something you can write, because even without writing, "as beautiful as they are rare,", a reader will probably register the description as meaning that her gems are both beautiful and rare. Or if I wrote something like, "She put on her raincoat, her eyes as blue as sad," a reader will probably associate "blue" and "sad" together as part of the description. In short, go for it! Using your own style for poetry is a practice that is almost as old as written history itself.