• Essay
    . Mametz Wood is written in three-line stanzas. The length of the lines changes. In some cases (for instance lines 4 and 12) the longer lines very clearly break up the neat form of the poem. These suggest the uneven ploughed field or the chits of bone rising out of the ground. The use of full-stops shows...
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  • Poem Analisis
    dramatically changes in each of the three stanzas that make up the poem. For example in the first stanza the bolded and capitalized “O CAPTAIN!” suggests that the speaker is very existed and energetic towards the captain and the trip but in the second stanza it becomes “O Captain!” portraying that the...
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  • Shakespeare Poem
    of love, and has musical qualities making it a lyric poem. This lyric poem also consists of ending rhyming words. For example, each stanza is composed of six lines in which the first and the third line rhyme the last word such as “lass” (1) and “pass .” (3) Shakespeare also makes use of repetition...
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  • Notes
    of stanza three, and also the end of stanza three and the beginning of stanza four. What do they feel are the effects of the enjambment at these points in the poem? Ask students to make a brief list of what the man actually does: e.g. they might begin with ‘He goes outside to his garden and looks at...
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  • The Message of Carpe Diem in to Autumn
    first stanza clearly takes place during the morning in early autumn, and those are paralleled to childhood in life. The second stanza is set in mid-autumn and the afternoon. This is evident in the poem. In example, while thy hook, gleaner, and on a half-reaped furrow sound asleep show...
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  • Carol Ann Duffy: Stealing
    maintain one flow of conscious. Lastly, the enjambment shows the hesitation and breaks in the sentences, demonstrating the lack of excitement that the speaker is experiencing. For example, in stanza three it says “I joy-ride cars/to nowhere”. Joy-ride cars are suppose to be for kicks and entertainment, and...
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  • Poetry
    of three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five morae, usually containing a season word. Horatian ode Short lyric poem written in two or four-line stanzas, each with its the same metrical pattern, often addressed to a friend and deal with friendship, love and the practice of poetry. It is...
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  • Poetic Devices
    discernable unifying theme, while each retains its own structural independence. All of Shakespeare’s sonnets, for example, were part of a sequence. • Triolet: a poem or stanza of eight lines in which the first line is repeated as the fourth and seventh lines, and the second line as the eighth, with a...
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  • Poetry Analysis: Joseph Von Eichendorff
    to immortal beauty of the nature. The poem “Moonlight Night” gives a typical example of the romanticism showing the speaker’s love of nature and his religiousness. The religiousness is not only seen in the words but also in the structure of the poem: the number three. There are three stanzas and...
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  • Whitman Tradition: Sexuality and the Text
    villanelle has nineteen lines, divided up into six stanzas. The first five have three lines and last stanza has four. The poem is given rhythm by the villanelle by the fact that each stanza finish by the same tune. In the poem, all the lines rhyme with either “master” or “intent”. For example...
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  • Essay Comparing Two Poems
    stanzas change. If these two things were to happen it would mean that the rhythm would ‘go out the window’ because it would no longer work as it did before. A difference between the two poems is that Charlotte Dymond uses metaphors for example; her cheeks were made of honey and; her throat was...
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  • Freuds Theory in Softly in the Twilight
    realizes many things. They finally think higher of themselves, knowing they are not alone and not different from everyone else. An example of ID in the poem would also be in stanza three because they are getting instant gratification of being in a better place. This poem progresses in a very...
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  • Mid-Term Break Analysis
    feelings. For example ‘bells knelling’ is assonance and emphasises the sound of funeral bells and the idea of time dragging on. Themes Life/Death, sadness and relationships. Structure The poem has a clear formal structure, in three line stanzas. There are occasional rhymes but the poem's...
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  • Elements of Poetry
    stanza: a division of a poem based on thought or form. Stanzas based on form are shown by their rhyme scheme. verso: a line of a poem. arte menor: 1-8 syllables per line of poetry. arte mayor: 9 or more syllables per line of poetry. couplet: a two-line stanza, aa. triplet: a three-line...
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  • One Art
    Elizabeth Bishop is a very influential poet of our time. Her poem, ‘One Art,’ is a good model for chapter five’s topics. It contains excellent examples of sound units, words, ordering of language, and implication. Bishop based this poem off villanelle written in iambic pentameter, which has...
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  • Online
    into stanzas reflect the passage of time in the poem? Example: Stanza One presents twilight darkening into night. What do stanzas two and three represent? * Stanza two represents the waves calming down * Stanza three represents that it’s a new day and the travelers return to the shore...
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  • We Wear the Mask
    people of his race were treated in a deplorable way. "We Wear the Mask" has a very interesting rhyme pattern: AABBA AABC AABBAC. The poem is broken up into three stanzas. They are all different lengths with the first stanza having five lines, the second having four lines, and the last stanza having...
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  • Creative Project
    the process is important because these are the aspects of the work that your modernist rewrite of it will change. Here, as an example, is a brief explanation of Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”: Most of Wordsworth’s poem describes how a “crowd” of daffodils near a lake looked as...
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  • Larkin's Poems
    1. Choose three poems and analyze the effectiveness in them of Larkin's imagery. Larkin's poems are great artifacts of language; often colloquial and which bring many images to a person's mind when reading them. We think of these images due to his use of words, standard rhyme schemes and his...
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  • fireworks poem
    number of syllables. Also, there isn’t a pattern in the stressed and unstressed words. This poem also didn’t have any onomatopoeias, consonances and assonances. The poem is written in seven stanzas, which includes four regular quatrains and three regular couplets. The first stanza is a couplet that...
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