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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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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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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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Prayer Before Birth

unborn child expresses its fear of what the world can do to the innocent.  It does this through the form of a prayer (possibly to God) in which it pleas to be preserved from the dangers that future on earth might hold, including its own corruption (4th stanza). Tone The tone of this poem can be interpreted in a number of different ways.  The child seems fearful of the future and as such urgent and impassioned in its dialect.  The poem also seems to have an apocalyptic or nightmarish feel to it.  The...

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Critical Analysis of Sous Les Arbres

en Fleur”. “L’ Âme en Fleur” is the second book of Victor Hugo’s “Les Contemplations”. Sous Les Abres is the title of the 17th poem while the poems which come directly before it and after aren’t titled. The poem is 24 lines long, consisting of 6 stanzas written in 4 line quatrains. It is written in alexandrines arranged in “rime croisées” throughout the 6 quatrains, with an ABAB style of rhyme. Hugo’s use of the Caesura defies the common practice of breaking the Alexandrine line into two units of...

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Jordans vs. Nikes

Length Color Rating Poem - The poem consists of three stanzas and it is formed on quatrains. In the first stanza the black man talks about the fear that he would not have a good harvest because the wind or birds could take the seed away. Actually the action of “planting” is metaphorical and means that this black man has fears for the future, which seems disappointing to him. That is he “plants” his labor for a better future. In the second stanza the man says that even though he had enough seeds planted...

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Betting on a Muse

one which brings forward emotions of loss and a seeming inability to move forward. This is further compounded by the simile at the end of the first stanza, in which an athlete grown old is an “old man / like other old / men”, bring the reader an even greater sense of isolation and loneliness. All this serves as a great contrast to that in the next stanza, describing the “yellowing / pages” of a scrapbook and calling on the reader (placing him in the role of a high school jock) to see himself “victorious”...

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Because I Could Not Stop for Death

After reading the first stanza the reader can almost hear or sense the feeling of the fly buzzing in such a still and quiet room. The contrasting sounds of the noisy fly and the stillness in the air draw the reader deeper into the poem. The image created by this contrast is like the color white on the color black. It stands out immensely and catches the reader's eye. After the first stanza the reader is in full knowledge of the death of the poet. The second stanza reads, "The eyes beside...

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"The Solitary Reaper" by William Wordsworth. Poem analysis.

Its an analzis of a poem by William Wordsworth - Jennifer Lasky Ms. Grant English 10 per 6 April 7, 1997 The Solitary Reaper By William Wordsworth (1770-1850). "The Solitary Reaper", is a poem divided in four different stanzas, and each stanza has eight lines. Throughout the course of the poem Wordsworth's voice evolves from being an outsider voice into an insider voice; simultaneous, to the evolution of the voice, Wordsworth uses different ways and means to present the spokesman by itself...

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