Ode

This poetry format originated in Ancient Greece and was passed down to other cultures. An ode in English typically follows a rhyming pattern of ABABCDECDE. Keats and Shelley were two poets that often used this format.
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yes he read alot of books
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1.     Subject Matter   Ø  What is the poem about? ü  It talks about the general outline of the poetry. ü  It could be a person, an object, a place, an event, a situation or an experience. ü  What does the poet want you to foc…
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Plaster , concrete , marble ,alabaster, any stone that can be sculpted .
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You still unravished bride of stillness!You foster-child of awed silence and slowing time!What forested biographer can describe our ilkWhen you so sweetly melt into my glass of milk?(***With my deepest apologies to Mr. John Keats!)
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The poem 'Blow! Blow! Thou Winter Wind' :Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man's ingratitude; Thy tooth is not so keen, Because thou art not seen, Although thy breath be rude Heigh-ho! sing, heigh-ho! unto the green holly; Most friends is feigning, most loving mere folly…
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A haiku is a Japanese poem about nature that has three unrhymed lines with the syllable pattern of 5, 7, 5. A Japanese form of verse with three lines containing 5, 7, and 5 syllables.
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Keats was actually referring to Hernán Cortés who at the peak of Darien told his men to halt so he could be the first to enjoy the view of the South Pacific.
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ode moves to the west wind because it blows to west wind
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They are painted on a vase, and so exist in a timeless state.
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