Narrative poetry is a form of poetry that tells a story, often making use of the voices of a narrator and characters as well; the entire story is usually written in metred verse. The poems that make up this genre may be short or long, and the story it relates to may be complex. It is usually dramatic, with objectives, diverse characters, and meter. Narrative poems include epics, ballads, idylls, and lays. Some narrative poetry takes the form of a novel in verse. An example of this is The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning. In terms of narrative poetry, a romance is a narrative poem that tells a story of chivalry. Examples include the Romance of the Rose or Tennyson's Idylls of the King. Although these examples use medieval and Arthurian materials, romances may also tell stories from classical mythology.
You Fill My Days
You fill my days with happiness
With joy I never knew
There is no greater love my dear
Than the love I feel for you
You fill my days with kindness
You set my poor heart free
I can't begin to tell you
How much you mean to me
You fill my days with friendship
The kind that lasts and lasts
The purest kind of friendship
What more could one man ask
You fill my days with total joy
Like when I was just a child
The first time I could ride a bicycle
The clown that made me smile
You fill my days with quiet peace
That blows my cares away
With simple words of tenderness
You brighten up my day
But most of all sweet lady
You fill my days with spice
I'm never bored when you are near
My love it's been a slice
Peace Can Only Happen
- Bernard Barclay
"I can't change the way I feel"
"But yes you can"
"Go and watch a comedian
And they will make an audiance laugh"
"I am not responsible for your emotions"
"But yes you are"
"Yell and scream at me and that will create anger"
"Every action has a reaction"
A family that spends their live's
Screaming at their children
Teach their children to scream at other people
A family that spends their time in anger
Teach their children to be angry
The family that teach their children to fight
Put them on the road to fighting
Each statement is true and yet is also false
With life the child is also an actor in the play
A child taught to hate can learn to love
A child taught to fight can learn to care
A child taught to play can learn to hate
We live in a world where we can build peace
But if you teach your child to fight
Then we must teach ours to fight as well
Peace can only happen when we all agree to peace.
- Madison Mittelbrun
Do you ever have these thoughts?
These scenarios that play on in your mind?
They haven’t exactly happened yet but in your heart you wish they would Could just be a simple conversation back and forth
A glance across the table when our eyes seem to meet
The way you gently place your hand on the small of my back as we enter the restaurant Driving down a road with no destination with music up high
The windows down low
When I'm in the middle of saying something and you stop me in my tracks and kiss me
It’s always these little movie clips
These small moments that may be simple gestures but seem to leave the most impact and make you feel weightless Then reality hits and I find that a smile of pure joy has appeared on my face
Descriptive poetry is the name given to a class of literature that belongs mainly to the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries in Europe. From the earliest times, all poetry not subjectively lyrical was apt to indulge in ornament which might be named descriptive. But the critics of the 17th century formed a distinction between the representations of the ancients and those of the moderns. Boileau stated that, while Virgil paints, Tasso describes. This may be a useful indication in defining not what should, but what in practice has been called descriptive poetry....
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