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Stanza

There are many signs that indicates his love will not end for example sea gangs dry, rocks melted by the sun. * It seems he has been away with her but committed that he will with her definitely only for short period of time. * The final stanza wraps up the poem’s complexity with a farewell and a promise of return. * In conclusion, Burns teaches us the importance of love and is hard to accept those memories if fall in love to someone. * ANANLYSIS OF D POEM * She is as sweet...

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Final Stanza

William Blake portrays a very dark and abysmal picture of London. Throughout the whole poem, Blake never mentions a positive scene. The poem seems to deal with the lower class part of society, the part which lives in the poor neighborhoods. The first stanza begins with the speaker wandering around London. Throughout the poem, Blake repeats a word which he used in one line, in the next line. An example of this can be seen in the first two lines. He uses the word chartered in the first line without any...

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Stanza and Anne Frank

suspense undergone by Anne Frank and the family who took shelter in a narrow space in an upstairs building. Andrew Motion in his poem tries his best to make the reader feels the actual tense, fear and suspicion towards Anne’s situation. The first stanza begins with “Even now” signifies the narrator’s sense of amazement that he is in Amsterdam visiting Anne Frank’s house. He is unbelievable whether he is actually at Frank’s house. The remainder of the first line indicates that 30 years have passed...

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Explanation of the poem by stanza

Explanation of the poem by stanza TO THE FILIPINO YOUTH Hold high the brow serene, O youth, where now you stand; Let the bright sheen Of your grace be seen, Fair hope of my fatherland! In the beginning stanza, Rizal encourages the youth, by telling them to hold their heads high for they possess talents and skills and abilities that would make their country proud. Come now, thou genius grand, And bring down inspiration; With thy mighty hand, Swifter than the wind's violation, Raise the eager mind...

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Maya Angelou - Caged Bird: A Commentary

and Shattered dreams in six stanzas of varying length. There is no set rhyme scheme to the poem but there are noticeable rhymes in stanzas two, three, four and five. Stanza six is a repetition of stanza three. There are half rhymes throughout. Vocabulary and sentence structure is very straightforward. The stanzas alternate between the free bird's perspective and that of the caged bird with regularity: two stanzas are spent on the caged bird sandwiched between one stanza discussing the free bird. ...

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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 there is a clear, regular structure within the poem: a single stanza is followed by a pair of stanzas, then another single stanza is followed by another pair. The final, seventh stanza acts as a conclusion. ...

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Analysis of the Filling Station

personality The poem filling station by Elizabeth Bishop is unique in which the speaker’s personality changes as we go along the poem. The manner in which the speaker initially views the filling station with disgust is clearly shown in the opening stanza of the poem. However, this changes as we go along the poem. The speaker becomes less judgmental and more objective. She initially finds only disorder in the filling station; however, as we go along the poem, she realizes that the order outweighs the...

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And 2morrow

all his words correctly in the last stanza of the poem. And 2Morrow Today is filled with anger fueled with hidden hate scared of being outcast afraid of common fate In this first stanza there is a rhyming scheme. “Hate” and “fate” rhyme. Fate determines who and what you will be. When he wrote “afraid of common fate”, he was saying that he is afraid that gang-life is going to become his destiny. The rhyme scheme in this poem is A,B,C,B. The mood in this stanza is worried or anxious. Today is built...

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The Darkling Thrush

climax and ending with further description. In the first two stanzas, he introduces the evening, the scenery surrounding him, and then in the third stanza, the thrush causes a sort of climax in which he summarizes the basic mood. Finally, in the fourth stanza he ends with the effect of the song of the thrush on the general mood related to the evening and a sort of desolation (sometimes associated with winter) within. The first stanza is basically there to set up your position, so that you can just...

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Dulce Et Decorum Est Commentary

structured out with four stanzas. The layout of this poem takes a huge part building up the mood and the tone. The first stanza describes the condition of the soldiers: exhausted, sick, and in danger of having shells thrown at them. The second stanza, it sounds dreamy because of the poet's choice of the words used. It is also because the scene was brought out into a present time so it seems it's happening right now – but because it's not, it feels dreamy. The third stanza describes the poet being...

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