Why poetry is so important Poetry depends on the writers’ awareness, experiences, and observations, so everyone has the credentials needed to create poems. Poems express the senses it provides extended connections to the mind and feelings. At first, poetry might be specified as a language tha... ... middle of paper ... ...ealing manner. Some people just can’t see language as a work of art and graceful in itself. But all of these things are what makes poetry pleasurable for me.
One of which being Rhythm, Poe creates reading that flows, one that is constantly reusing similar sounds to interpret the beauty of the love between the two characters. Another literary element that was found in this poem was imagery. By composing a poem that uses words to describe the location and characters, Poe was able to implement imagery in his writing. The final literary element Poe conveyed in the poem was mood. Poe was able to express the element of mood by the words he used.
The rhyming couplets at the end are used to really capture the mood of the poem and keep it in strict sonnet form. There is usua... ... middle of paper ... ... This use of listing in threes is very emotive and helps to create a more passionate feeling and adds to the whole atmosphere of the poem. Browning's spectacular "How Do I Love Thee? ", may at first seem vague, but with a more thorough approach the reader can gain new insight into Browning's purpose.
Creating images is one of my favorite aspects of poetry because, when the image works, it can lead the reader toward some insight. In all forms of writing, the use of details, especially specific details, act on the reader’s memory. An important aspect of the detail is, Dobyns writes, “its sense data, which the reader reexperiences: seeing what is to be seen, hearing what is to be heard, and so on” (183). Students should be taught the importance of detail and wording because the decision to choose one word over another can drastically change a poem. Every single word counts in poetry, and if a student leaves out a word or chooses the wrong one, it
The term “anaphora”, by definition, is the repetition of the same word or phrase throughout a work or section of work (Longman 1435.) The anaphora can aid in the overall repetition or rhythm of a poem. It is evident that the repetition or rhythm of a poem effects the emotions of the reader. Since an underlying goal of poetry is to convey a message in a small amount of words, rhythm adds to the intangible volume of the poem. It is amazing the amount of meaning that a talented poet can compact inside of a single line or stanza in a poem.
Trying to do so would cheapen the emotion. In order to explore the idea of love, Christopher Bennan uses, end rhyme "....make us wise, .... Gaze in eyes;” alliteration "Were spirits free from mortal mesh", metaphor, repetition "I love you now until I die. For must I love because I live", simile and onomatopoeia. The use of end rhyme in the poem creates a rhythm. This poem uses a rhyming scheme throughout the whole poem, meaning it has a musical quality to it because it flows in a rhythmic way.
Since poetry is a kind of musical and focused writing, designed to appeal to emotion and imagination, form is a very important essential to poetry. There are various types of forms, such as the catalog poem which is a Free Verse that lists the poet’s thoughts or feelings on a particular subject. An elegy mourns the loss of something very important to the writer; a Free Verse has no ... ... middle of paper ... ...d Molly. Poets will also use repetition to enhance their poems. Repetition is the usage of recurring sounds, words or phrases.
The sonnet is also concluded by a metaphorical rhyming couplet. "So long as men can breathe or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee" evidently shows that the sonnet is meant to preserve the beauty of the youn... ... middle of paper ... ... be seen that powerful and concentrated language was used several times in both poems. The language techniques such as imagery, personification, and metaphors which create an image for the reader and give them an understanding about the poem. They also express the poets intentions and feelings about their love for their loved ones. Shakespeare's "sonnet 18" used various language techniques and strong language to exaggerate the comparison of his beloved to a summers day and also sustain his beauty.
A poem should not have an ‘absolute’ meaning, but equal... ... middle of paper ... ...istence that is reality Than suffer through the sound of my dreams crushing under the debilitating weight Of adulthood and responsibility. But still, burst goes my imaginings, A single lonely longing sprout through the saline earth Its lives and lives and long and blooms and blooms stunningly To be seen and revered by all. The anonymous poet of the poem “Lord Randal” had the most influence on my style. I liked how it start out sounding serious, but then, while still remaining serious takes on a humorous spin towards the end. I took this and wrote my poem so that it starts off sounding like one would expect a poem to, but then becomes more humorous as the story goes on.by all.
The vitality of the poem comes from the reader, if a poem is able to surprise and jolt those who read it then it has successfully come to life; something about that poem was able clasp the complex mind of a reader. The connection formed between the poem and its reader dictates the grandeur and entity of the poem itself. Poems, in their most essential and stripped form, are just a clever combination of words. Imagery, metaphors, lineation, assonance and consonance are elements that bring poems to life in the readers eyes, but what brings these elements to life? Words.