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Heard Melodies Sweet But Those Unheard Sweeter

12. 13. 14. 15. 1. a) To me the meanest flower that blows can give Thought that do often lie too deep for tears b) And mid this tumult kubler heard from far Ancestoral voices prophesying war! 2. a) Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard Are sweeter; therefore, ye soft pipes, play on; b) Sore tasks to hearts wornout by many wars And eyes dim with gazing on the pilot –stars 3. a) Ah! But a man’s reach...

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Melody

reminds me of good music ask me why and i'd tell you it had a certain ring to it that melody was like none i've ever felt only cuz i've never felt one b4 A succession of musical tones which is perceived as a single entity, 1 kiss. boom. 1.hand in hand and we dance. like flamingoes it doesn't make sense that last part but neither did this story, but we;ll get to that... In a more literal sense, this melody was a combination of a pitch[->0] & rythym but thing about being literal is that it doesnt...

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Ode on a Grecian Urn

own way. John Keats uses imagery to make the reader truly feel what he is describing. One of Keats' examples of imagery is found at the begining of the second stanza when he writes, "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter." This leaves the reader feeling a sense of sweetness about the pipers melodies. When a writer uses the dictionary definition of a word it is called denotation. Keats speaks of "timbrels" in the tenth line; it should be expected that the majority will not...

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Ode on a Grecian Urn

and sweetly than verse. Sculpture is regarded as superior to poetry. The poet wonders whether the scenes depicted on the urn represent life in the vale of Tempe or life in the dales of the Arcady. He asks whether the figures carved on the urn are those of men or of gods or of both. He asks if there is a struggle to escape. He paints a lively picture with this question and hints at the permanence of the figures carved on the urn. He uses the term ` leaf-fringed legend’ to allude to the ornamental...

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Bulacan Sweets

4-2D A Success Story Bulacan Sweets: Fruit of Filipino creativity by Rita Villadiego Success, they say, is sweeter when earned the hard way. For entrepreneur Lydia Veneracion, 60, her Bulacan Sweets was nurtured with hard work and perseverance. Over the last 24 years -- and still going strong -- Bulacan Sweets' specialties like pastillas and candied fruits have become household names. Starting with only 10 kinds of sweets and candies in 1970, Bulacan Sweets is now manufacturing and selling...

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Norah Jones: Those Sweet Words

Those Sweet Words Norah Jones The song that I have chosen is Those Sweet Words by Norah Jones. I chose this song because it displays some of the hopeless emotions of love that my poem also expresses. Both are about a lover who fails to gain the attention of the one they love. The song has a more up beat tone about it however, as if it is not completely hopeless. Norah Jones is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, and actress. Her birth name is Geethali Norah Jones Shankar, she was born...

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perception of beauty in Romantic Period

pursuit? What struggle to escape? What pipes and timbrels? What wild ecstasy? “Tempe” and “Arcadia” are the places where mortal and immortal inhabitants live. Here Keats uses a strategy to raise the interest; certainly the speaker knows who those people in the picture on the surface of the urn. Men, women and Gods are entertaining , having rejoice and they are all in ecstasy. There is music, they are playing fluets, they are drinking, eating, having enjoy themselves. There are completely difference...

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Unheard Voices

go away. But I for one feel that they need to be heard so that we can learn from out mistakes and try to prevent them from even happening again. Through interviewing these brave soldiers I have gotten a deeper view of what is in their hearts and what is in their minds. Many of these soldiers have mixed feelings toward our government and towards those who disrespected them. Vietnam was considered a war that should have never taken place and yet those who served are very proud of doing so. These interviews...

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Album Analysis Sweeter Gavin Degraw

Album Analysis [Basic information] Album title: “Sweeter” Artist: Gavin DeGraw Composer and lyricists: Gavin DeGraw, Ryan Tedder, and Andrew Frampton Collaborating musicians: Art designer: Unknown Producer(s): Ron Aniello, Jerrod Bettis, Ryan Tedder, Andrew Frampton, Eric Rosse, Butch Walker, and Noel Zancanella. Audio mixer: Serban Ghenea Photographer: Patrick Frasier Studio(s): 2011; The Blackbird Studio in Nashville and the Hensen Recording Studios in Hollywood Released -> September...

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English litrauter

of these “Poetry is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling” is a definition of poetry by: (a) Keats (b) Wordsworth (c) Shelley (d) Coleridge (e) None of these Page 1 of 2 ENGLISH LITERATURE, PAPER-I (xv) “Heard Melodies are sweet but those unheard are sweeter” is a line from: (a) Ode on a Grecian Urn (b) Ode to a nightingale (c) The Prelude (d) Ode to Autumn (e) None of these (xvi) “Waverley” was written by: (a) Scott (b) Hardy (c) Jane Austen (d) Dickens (e) None of...

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