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List at least three kinds of repetition Emily Dickinson used and give an example of each from one of the four Dickinson poems?
-speaker's mood. The three examples of repetition Emily Dickinson used were 1. Assonance (vowel sounds) 2. Consonane (final consonant sounds) 3. Alliteration (…intitial consonant sounds) The examples of each from her poems are 1. The first two lines of "I'm Nobody" use the device of assonance. The words that produce the assonance are you, who, and too. 2. The first line of "A word is dead" uses the device of consonance. The words that produce the consonance are word and dead. 3. The repetition of the letter s is prevalent in "Some keep the Sabbath". This is the device of alliteration. -- hope this helped.
An Autumn In autumn breeze, There are perfect memories- Hidden and silent. by Dominic Cogan
Of course there are all ways examples of poems. For example have you read Shel Silverstein.
A poem is any sort of writing that is not prose. Prose writingcontains no metrical structure, and poetry almost always has somesort of meter or rhythm. There are many differen…t types of poetry. Examples of Imagery Poetry ***Pot of gold*** I'm flying higher and faster now There's something I must find I must hurry before I'm discovered I've come close so many times If only I could be clever enough To smuggle the bounty to the other side How many days I'd smile ***Toss and Turn*** I couldn't take my eyes of it, the way the sun reflected of thegrass, like a mysterious painting everything had its place. The wind gently carried a mist across the field, as it approached a hill it started to glow. As I stood there watching, I thought heard something strange. It was difficult to make out, but it sounded like crying. I begin to walk through a dark forest and above the sound ofstrange birds. Through the fog I see a stream, though not possible, it appears to be hurt and a color of which I've never seen. I reach a field where the corns short and brown. I'm running now. I finally see the shore. The fish aren't moving, but floating aimlessly on the waves. I want to wake up, to know it was a dream. I have to believethere's still time. ***Unicorn*** I watched her go into valley Once I followed I saw many enchantments My promise not to reveal I know why she smiles It is the hidden beauty Seen through faultless eyes Examples of Lyric Poetry ***Peace*** If you listen really close, you can hear them Like faint whispers they comfort you On a breezy autumn day you're never alone ***Inevitable*** No one dared look up. The color of the rain brought us all to tears We entered a new era, one which would have to be faced without our Heart Examples of Narrative Poetry ***Insomnia*** All he wanted now was to escape the silence Knowingly embrace our deepest regret To settle for mediocrity How easy it is for us to justify How sweet it must be not to be a coward ***Burden** Walking so I don't sleep Repelling the whispers of finality Imprinting one's life before memories become irrelevant An artist's life is bitter sweet ***If Only*** I could taste the snow Pulling over next to the slope I remembered my red sled My whole world played out going down a hill Nothing more complicated then being a child I want that again to be weightless To count the minutes to wake To bathe in youth and be protected Examples of Haiku Poetry ***Mother earth*** The day is closing Many lands I want to see The Moon grants my quest ***Redemption*** Shivering and pale Bared down to humility I ask for purpose Examples of Japanese Haiku Poetry ***Cycle*** Faint breath Review of life Good-by ***Irish Dream*** Wet hill Lucky rainbow Treasure Example of Romantic Poetry ***Once upon a Love*** Flickers of happiness dance across the sky. I watch as they grow ever so bright, then disappear. Once, what seems so long ago, I was gallant enough to believe I could capture one. Eyes strained in darkness. Unveering, anxious. The moment of consumption. In all of my life, I've wondered if there could be such a love. My weakness grows under the weight of time. To touch her hair. To hold her hand. To share time. I'd recant all measurable substance. Remaining vigilant. Remembering your world, even as my own closes in. We are seeds, and will again grow anew. Examples of Dark Poetry ***Lost*** I was not ready for the darkness Drifting out towards a black sea My calls for safety fall to deaf winds The warmth of the familiar can no longer be felt I ache for a beacon The radiance I once knew It is a cold and frightful world May I wake and be loved ***Escape*** Racing without conscious Resting only to savor a new life Freedom has no compromise *** A planet called Earth*** The more I looked into the painting The more enthralled I became Was there really place of such enchantment Was it a dream and if it was Can I sleep and never be woken ***Last Hope*** Waves of memories swarm my mind The vividness of faces thought forgotten Responsibility out-way fear Purity of purpose Facing the task resisting despair Return to the restful waters But first I must fight Example of Dramatic Poetry in the form of a Rant ***Just Cows grazing in Corporate Fields*** One day you'll learn you're existence is based on the lie ofmanufactured desire We've been conditioned to have contempt for non-perishableconsumption What if thrift stores became mega-stores What if we bartered and shared what we want and no longer need What if we made of foods from scratch Bought food straight from the farmer and rancher Cut our own hair produce alcohol for our cars What if we formed our own banks Exchange television for our home-grown entertainment Printed our own money Ran our companies by committees Decide among ourselves who we shall have war Would it last or would we again enslave ourselves For me it doesn't matter It would be enough to see them squirm
Things a soccer ball knows: Hard feet, spinning, Goal net, Goalies hands, Flying, etc.
Well, there are lots of kinds of poetry. Some of it rhymes, like the old Roses are Red / Violets are Blue idea: Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet; …And so are you. And there is free verse that doesn't rhyme, but which is a more popular form for modern poetry: Beyond flowers, through thorns, you. Which still captures some of the idea of the first poem, but just expresses it in a different way. The idea of poetry is basically taking a big idea that you could write about with a lot of words and trying to compress it into just a few words, and get that concentrated purity of meaning. Check out the link to Poetry 180 below for some good examples from professional poets. The poems are very different from each other, so read through several to get an idea of what you like and what you don't like.
Can it be (this is my poem don't take) by: me Can a river be a river if you stop it's flow? Can a turtle be a turtle if it doesn't move slow? Can a person be a person wi…thout a personality? All this I cannot see. An Autumn In autumn breeze, There are perfect memories- Hidden and silent. by Dominic Cogan Roses are red violets are blue this poem is beautiful and so are you This door you might not open, and you did; So enter now, and see for what slight thing You are betrayed. . . . Here is no treasure hid, No cauldron, no clear crystal mirroring The sought-for truth, no heads of women slain 5 For greed like yours, no writhings of distress, But only what you see. . . . Look yet again An empty room, cobwebbed and comfortless. Yet this alone out of my life I kept Unto myself, lest any know me quite; 10 And you did so profane me when you crept Unto the threshold of this room to-night That I must never more behold your face. This now is yours. I seek another place. "Bluebeard," by Edna St. Vincent Millay This poem is an example of a(n) __________. A. | epicB. | sonnetC. | quatrainD. | lyric
A listing poem is made up of a series of images added to one another. Ex. These have I loved: warm rain dripping over tile roofs green frogs bellowing from lily pa…ds pink peonies damp with cool dew drops;......etc.
A poem is an expression of feeling or storyportrayed in a precise form using some sort of poetic rules such as iambic pentameter or rhyme. It does not need to have these to be… a poem but it does need to have rhythm. I suggest you read the following as they are great examples of poems:Robert Browning - Porphyria's Lover, My Last DuchessCarol Ann Duffy - Education for Leisure, Anne HathawaySimon Armitage - KidSylvia Plath - Lady ANSWER: one example of a poem is: the playful puppies play playfully in the yard, at sunset, to exercise. Or at least something like that. if your not homeschooling, then ask your teacher. Once upon a time there were two kids called D and Dumb, and they didn't get their homework done! They got sent into the big lonely hall, To stop fooling around with the ball! Dumb and D were too tall, They had to craw through a giant stall! There they sat and chatted about how homework suck, Suddenly in the doorway there were some trucks! The trucks took Dumb and D to an unknown place, where everyone believe in the awesome bass. Suddenly in the sky pops up Iron Man, With in a second he became Sam! a better one
sonnet, ballet, haiku
Everybody Likes Music Music Is Relaxing Music Can Help You Think Music Is Fun To Dance To Music Is Distraction From Problems Music Teaches Me About Life This Is Jus…t An Example You Can Manipulate Things Around(: Hope It Helped
The toaster- A silver scaled dragon with jaws flaming red Sits at my elbow and toasts my bread. I hand him fat slices, and then one by one, He hands them back when he sees the…y are doneThe Lawn Mower- The lawn mower roared with sourness--- its dark oil fuming out with anger; its jumpy motion hardend with stillness sorry thats all I found
Amanda Cutting and Mitchell Jones, also with a small amount of help from Patrick O'brien. It was back in 1494 just after dropping off the flourintines when all of a sudden the… group was struck with a brillant idea. Since that day list poems have been all the rage.
In King Arthur
A fruitella packet init go suck a orange and a pear and a banana brapting
In Epic Poetry
The hero is a figure of great national or even cosmic importance, and represents a culture's heroic ideal.
commonly referred to as an anthology