She says “writing can be an expression of one 's innermost feelings. It can allow the reader to tap into the deepest recesses of one 's heart and soul. It is indeed the gifted author that can cause the reader to cry at her words and feel hope within the same poem. Many authors as well, as ordinary people use writing as a way to release emotions.” She makes plenty points in her review that I completely agree with. After reading the poem I think that Elizabeth Barret Browning is not only the author of her famous poem, but also the speaker as well.
While the original poet of the poem, Li Po, writes it with proper poetic form, Pound uses a different tactic to align with the context of the poem. Written in free verse, the poem feels more genuine as if it is a real letter written by the wife to her husband. Consistent patterns of meter, rhyme, and other musical patterns are not applied by Pound into the poem. The flow of the poem follows the rhythm of a natural speech. The lack of prescribed meter allows Pound to bring out the rawness of the emotions of the wife, drawing the reader directly into her loneliness without having to overcome the barrier of an overly structured presentation.
Most people could not so the metaphor she used out in perspective for those who are not writers. In a small sense this poem lets the reader gaze into Bradstreet’s nature and our own. This poem along with all the other she wrote was a way for her to express her emotions into words, in this case about something very specific. As a columnist I can appreciate what she is doing and I understand the feeling she was trying to convey about the judgment she was sure to receive from the publishing of here work. Through her use of this extended metaphor, Bradstreet weaves a brilliantly intricate web of parallels: Parent and author, child and book, creator to creation.
Lines such as "She drew her casement - curtain by" show this and suggest a mood of darkness and a depressing atmosphere. The author puts across Mariana's feelings in a way that is quite effective. He writes Mariana's thoughts and actions to show her feelings - "O God, that I were dead!" is the last line of the poem and shows us clearly that Mariana is feeli... ... middle of paper ... ...uthors view on love quite well, that love is not forever. The structure of this poem is completely different to that in 'Mariana'.
Dickinson said in a letter, "All men say 'what' to me"; readers are still saying "What?" in response to some of her poems. Emily did not write for her time, but for the time ahead of her, the time that would be ready for her. Her off-rhyme, erratic meter, and skewed grammar; makes her an innovator of the poetic language, and influencer to poets after her time. Her originality places her in her own era of poetry.
Through this poem, Marge Piercy has succeeded to take life by the throat, to capture the real essence of it. The expression of deep feelings has become possible for both the reader and the poetess, who shares her grief and anger against the devastating stereotypes of the consumer society.
“She wanted a little room for thinking” (1) is how Dove begins her poem, and this automatically lets the reader know that the female subject of the poem has been troubled by something, or someone. This line alone portrays the gender of the poem, and it welcomes the reader into the life of this woman who desires to reflect on whatever has been troubling her. By using the pronoun “She,” as opposed to “I,” Dove looks in on the life of an unknown woman and not on the life of her own. Throughout the poem, we learn about this woman’s miniature escape away from her daughter, Liza, and all of the responsibilities that come with being a mother. The poem’s title also tells the reader that this stressed woman is in search for something not within reach.
She talks a lot about her feelings of the place and how peaceful and sad it is to let go of the thing she loves the most. This should be on people’s read lists because it gives a sense of losing something that is dear to everyone. This is a great poem by Yulia Drunina that talks about her beloved U.S.S.R and how she is loyal to it. Works Cited Aldous Huxley. (n.d.).
Even if ... ... middle of paper ... ... into her poem. He poems How Happy is The Little Stone, I Like a Look of Agony, and I Measure Every Grief I Meet express just some of the things that she has felt throughout her life locket in her home. There were many different imagery, them, and symbolism throughout her poems. Those elements of poetry help use reader get a better understanding for the poem Dickenson have written. Works Cited Dickinson, Emily.