William Shakespeare’ s Sonnet 18 and Sylvia Plath’s Metaphors adequately contain imagery,lineation,and tone to shape the meaning and allow the rest to the readers perception.However, no matter how elegant the poem may be structured the poem is nothing without the readers interpretation. Poetry is brought to life by the authors ability to use words in combinations that allow readers to create their own story. A poem is a moment captured by the poet and written tactfully without any limitations. Nevertheless, the poet writes the poem with the clear conviction of pulling the reader into its grip and taking them through a journey of inexplicable experiences. 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.
In Aiken’s “All Lovely Things,” the anaphora is used in setting the tone. In Osgood’s poem “Call me pet names,” the anaphora is used to aid in the structure. The use of anaphora as shown can be used for many different purposes. All of which are very important to the enjoyment and fluidity for the reader. Works Cited Drury, John.
It focuses on the emotional thoughts and vivid ideas created in the picture painted by the poet. There is always a picture, some sort of portrait of emotion the writer wants to express to the reader in order to build a connection. The connection is made when he can successfully duplicate the same picture in his mind to the reader. Contextualists seek the deeper meaning behind the story. They appreciate the vividness and intensity that life, and even death, has to offer.
The persona of the poem certainly tastes a wide variety of emotions, yet these emotions that are inevitably going to reoccur in the natural course of lifetime. This is reiterated through the certainty readers have that the individual stanzas are diverse, and will occur in the following stanzas as if to illustrate the prevalence of life’s tribulations no matter how random they may feel. This allows the reader to relate to the vulnerable human quality of the poem, no doubt creating a more attentive reader. It is no secret that people take some amount of pleasure or interest in someone e... ... middle of paper ... ...d should that not be enough Hardy arranged the poem a relatively small package as to not scare a depressed reader. This poem manages to reach out on a personal level even though the method is transparent which validates the authenticity of Hardy’s poetic skill.
This is meant to ignite the mind's eye, whether it is through poetry, short stories, or even drama. It’s the ability to draw a vivid picture while reading is one component that keeps a reader wanting more. Along with the various types of irony which give the story a twist. There are certain concepts one should understand in order to interrupt the various works. The idea is to read a story or poem and gain an understanding of what the author is stating.
The Music and Poetry Literature Appreciation There is a distinct relationship between music and poetry that makes them all too great. Both music and poetry branch out into a variety of expressions. This means that the different meanings both music and poetry portray create a different perception to the listener or reader. [insert quote here]. Both music and poetry work together to bring the audience memories, emotions, and motivation.
The transition from romanticism to modernism while discussing personal relations and civil concerns depicts the enduring power of poetry that can relate to any contextual audience. Hence, the timeless appeal of his poetry, coupled with the textual integrity in the themes, shapes personal responses and evokes interpretations from readers regarding the ambivalence in his work.
They are an art form in which human language is used for aesthetic qualities by convening emotions or ideas to the reader through use of compression, and word association with imagery. The collaboration of all these effects and layers, generate meaning and is what marks poetry. Because the nature of poetry it is notoriously difficult to interrupt its meaning because of the shades of meaning each reader hears, for this reason poetry has no definitive interpretation. I really enjoy poetry because of its loose interpretation and colorful langue, a great example of this is shown in A Martian Sends a Postcard Home by Craig Raine (pgs. 583-584).
The genre of poetry itself produces connotations based around raw emotions, especially when considering poetry from the Romanticism era. Furthermore, poetry which is based on emotions (whether negative or positive) is what makes it successful in evoking a more personal response from the reader. When exploring poetry references such as 'The English Poetic Mind' by Charles Williams, he states how when 'We are told of a thing; we are made to feel as if that thing were possible to us; and we are so made to feel it-whatever the thing may be, joy or despair...knowledge is an intense satisfaction to us '1. This statement supports the idea that a certain emotion must be within a poem, meaning if the reader is able to relate to it, the poem is more effective. However, these quotes support the importance of emotion within poetry, but what about the importance of emotion within the poet?
Poetry is a form of written word which has experience created by sound and meaning. It integrates various elements: Imagery; a figurative language which prompts the reader as well as the listener of the poem to create mental images. Poetic choice of words; this is based on the sound that is, denotation and connotation. Denotation refers to the accurate meaning of the word while connotation refers to the intended meaning of a word. The sound is another element of poetry which about the rhyme; words that sound similar or exactly alike in the poem.