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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Lyrics and Sheet Music
Flute
Ode
Recorder (instrument)

What are the notes to its raining its pouring on the recorder?

g g e a g e e g e a g e

g g e e a g g e e a g g g e e a g e are the right notes for that song

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Rhyming Words
Ode
Free Verse

What rhymes with pretender?

Defender, bender, fender, cinder, tender, mender, hinder, lender, sender.

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Poetry
Haiku
Ode

Can you write me a haiku poem?

April is springtime

it is windy and rainy

animals are born

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Ode
Ballad

What is a ballad?

A ballad is a narrative poem adapted for recitation or singing, especially one with of a sentimental feeling, or a slow romantic song.

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Word and Phrase Origins
Definitions
Ode

What does 'Strand of Truth' mean?

it means when you said something tat is not write like you lie to someone that person is not gong to like it it coul it be ur girlfriend/boyfiend you still lie no matter what they are going to hate you because you dint tell her/he the truth.

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Ode

Which is famous ode of thomas gray?

pindaric ode

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Ode

How is an elegy different from an ode?

Ode is happy and elegy is sad.

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Poetry
Ode

The summary to the poem human seasons written by john keats?

why the poem is telling that spring is lusty

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Ode

What is Johns ode to yoko?

woman

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English Language
Poetry
Ode

What is a summary of A Thing of Beauty by John Keats?

This poem speaks about beautiful things and how they play an important role in our lives.

According to the poet, a thing of beauty provides endless joy and its loveliness keeps increasing. Its beauty can never cease. It acts as a shady place for us, under which we can sleep and have sweet dreams. It is like a flowery band that binds us to the earth. Today, everyone's life is filled with sadness and misery. It is these things of beauty that steal us away from our gloomy lives and give us a few moments of wonder and joy. Some of the beautiful things that the poet mentions are the sun, moon, young as well as old trees, which provide shade to sheep, daffodils, pure streams and musk-roses blooming in forests. The poet also finds beauty in the imaginary stories people have made about death and lovely stories that he has heard. According to the poet, things of beauty are like an endless fountain pouring on us from the heavens, which signifies that God himself has made these beautiful things so that we may have happiness, calm and peace in our lives.

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Ode

Is ode a lyric poem?

no its not

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Definitions
Ode

What does 'ode' mean?

The word ode comes from the Greek "oide" or "aoide," both of which are derived from "aeidein" which means "to sing" literally. An ode is type of poetry which involves a very complex stanza form, often has lofty diction and idea, and is celebratory or lauding in nature.

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Grasshoppers
Ode

What is the explanation and paraphrase of keats' poem endymion book 1 stanza 1?

In this part of the poem, the poet John Keats says that a thing of beauty continues to inspires us throught our life, it never ceases to exist in our heart. With the passage of time, the effect of the thing becomes more profound. The beautiful thing is like a ray of hope amidst the world's miseries. It refreshes our souls, rejuvenates us, and soothes our frayed nerves. It is like a retreat from the ugliness in the world. Everyday, such beautiful things (in nature) bind us to the earth.

In spite of all the gloom, selfishness, sadness, dejection, and all things we suffer in this world, the beautiful thing (it might be a scene, an object, or anything which a person finds beautiful) is like a ray of hope amidst it all. Like the sun, the moon shining through this dark curtain, trees, sheep, or flowers for that matter... also the green streams, waterfalls, fountains, musk rose blooms, etc. All tales of heroism which inspire us, give us the courage to fight against all odds... they are an endless source of inspiration.

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Poetry
Ode

What are the aspects of narrative in The Eve of St Agnes by John Keats?

Structure, form , language, narrative voice

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Lyrics and Sheet Music
Geometry
Ode

Are b and d congruent?

l am not sure

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Ode

What best describes the dramatic situation of ode to enchanted light?

the narrator finds the fall of light beautiful and amazing

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Poetry
Haiku
Ode

How do you write a haiku poem?

You use 5-7-5 syllables. here is a 5 syllable (get-ting bet-er dave?) that's an example of a five syllable sentence, but don't do sentences on it do it like these examples that I made for you guys.

eg. Haiku Seasons

In Summer Breezes

Be There Youthful Memories

Now Growing Older.

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In Autumn Leavings

Be There Faithful Colourings

Now Growing Fewer

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In Winter Freezes

Be There Painful Legacies

Now Growing Colder

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In Springtime Glories

Be There Joyful Romances

Now Growing Sweeter

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Through Haiku Seasons

Be There Fruitful Evergreens

Now Growing Wiser

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[Author:Michael Coldham-Fussell]

eg. By: Ravonseed

Or a tor i cal

Per en ni al di lem ma

To com pose hai ku

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By a gol den hedge

A cat breaks cov er leaps high

Clap ping pige ons fly

Historically, a haiku is any stanza of a haikai-no-renga (often called renga - a linked poem with alternating stanzas usually played as a game and therefore composed by several writers). It has since evolved into it's own genre/style.

Typically, a haiku contains less than 17 syllables (according to Wikipedia, most modern English haiku contains between 10 and 14 syllables; according to Higginson, most haiku average 12 syllables).

A haiku can actually be between 1 and 5 lines, with no line or syllable pattern other than what the writer prefers to use (a haiku does utilize rhythmic units but this isn't always based on syllable count).

Traditional haiku is usually written as 1 line with several spaces between certain parts of the poems - those spaces are often translated into English as lines (especially in earlier poems; some modern haiku utilizes the 1-line scheme). For examples, refer to works by Ozaki Hosai, Yosa Buson, Matsuo Basho, and Nakatsuka Ippekiro.

There's not a huge focus on grammar in haiku - don't try to use complete sentences. The haiku may or may not be titled. It may or may not contain punctuation and capitalization.

A haiku doesn't use metaphor or simile. Many writers utilize comparison and contrast between two images that (often) seem to be unrelated at first glance.

There is no rhyming pattern to haiku; rhyme disrupts the imagery. And imagery is what haiku is all about.

Haiku relates an experience and/or describes an object/event - by describe, I mean that a haiku utilizes one (or more) of the five senses in relation to the object or event. It paints an image.

A haiku also doesn't reference emotions - emotion is what each individual reader brings to the haiku. This allows one haiku to have multiple meanings among a wide variety of readers.

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Poetry
Plays
Ode

Summary of ode to autumn?

In stanza 1, the poet designates autumn as 'a season of mists and mellow fruitfulness' which matures all fruits to their core with the friendly help of the sun. Typically sensuous Keatsian images of vine-creepers loaded with ripeness, the swelling goards & hazel nuts chracterise the season. The bees go on collecting more honey that overflows the hives. In stanza 2, Autumn is personified as a winnower, a reaper, a gleaner & a cyder-presser as the seemingly unending ripening process of the season continues. Stanza 3 deals with the sights & sounds of autumn. Keats's gift of pictorial imagery presents the magical beauty of an autumnal twilight. Autumn should not regret for the superiority of the vernal music, for the autumnal orchestration of the buzz of gnats, the bleating of lambs, the song of the grass-hoppers, of the robin redbreasts, and the twittering of the swallows has its own distinctiveness.

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Math and Arithmetic
Ludwig van Beethoven
Ode

What is the answer to the number sequence a b c a b c d b?

To figure out the answer, it would certainly help to know what the QUESTION is first.

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Definitions
Ode
The Difference Between

What is the difference between a satire and an ode?

Fat

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Poetry
Ode

How is keats ode to a nightingale a nature poem?

Pls i need an answer

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Classical Music
Composers
Ludwig van Beethoven
Ode

When and where did Ludwig van Beethoven die?

Ludwig van Beethoven died on 26 March 1827 in Vienna, Austria.

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Beauty
Definitions
English to French
Ode

What does the phrase 'beauty is as beauty does' mean?

How one acts makes one beautiful or not, not his/her superficial looks. In other words, true beauty is not found in superficial appearance (his/her face and/or body is beautiful), but how one behaves and carries oneself defines the beauty in a person (he/she is a beautiful person). Beauty is as beauty does!

This common southern (U.S.) expression was morphed into "stupid is as stupid does" in the movie Forrest Gump, and as a result "stupid is as stupid does"is now more widely known than the original "beauty is as beauty does".

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Ode

What does ode?

the term ode means: A lyric poem with complex stanza forms

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Lyrics and Sheet Music
Flute
Ode
Recorder (instrument)

What are the notes to it's raining on recorder?

g g e a g e e g e a g e

g g e e a g g e e a g g g e e a g e are the right notes for that song

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