How does a poem start?
i think it starts off by expressing your self or how you feel just make it sound emotional and let it have a meaning and then that's how it starts
Poems can start with any word the poet chooses. For example, if the poem is a descriptive one about a certain setting, the poem could begin: "The trees were gold, the wind was cold" etc... If the poem is in first person, then it could begin: "I saw the leaves upon the trees, flowing in the gentle breeze" etc... If the poem is in third person, then it could being: "He/She saw the leaves upon…
Beginning each line in a poem in the capital letter, whether it is the start of a sentence or not, is the proper form for writing a poem. Keeping this protocol does not cost anyone anything, but enhances the propriety and symmetry of the layout of the poem. A poem is a thing of beauty to be enjoyed by human minds, so why deny it a pleasant appearance to human eyes?
She's writing about her brother, and she may have been abandoned by him. At the start it is talking about the closeness she had with him then in the middle of the poem it is talking about how he may have had to leave her for freedom. She is almost admitting defeat in this poem and at the end remembering what she had with her brother.
This poem talks about how when you are young you are innocent but as you grow older you start to lose that innocence. Also nothing stays perfect forever and your youth goes fast and gets harder so you should enjoy it while it lasts. This poem can be found in the book The Outsider. Thanks and your welcome!!!!! -Kayla
Its basically about a man who breaks into a library to start "eating poetry" The poem features a character literally eating poetry. However, we find out that the poem could in fact be about a hungry dog or a man who turns into a dog. The poem is obviously not a poem one would go into looking for a concrete exploration of human experiance but after reading the poem, however, we are left not quite…