The reader is able to pick the dream, goal, or life experience that they see these concepts relate to. As one may well know every person on earth finds loneliness, fear, and doubt through some life experience and each experience will differ from person to person. Therefore the symbolism the bat proposes is truly crucial to the poems
Poetry before the time of Wood worth employed a lot of philosophical and intellectual engagements. (Stephen 70) The history of William Wordsworth has helped in understanding the poem by firstly knowing that his sister Dorothy was the silent listener mentioned at the end of the poem. It is also important in understanding how the poem was composed and the various situations showing communion with nature. His historical background also shows that he was a Romanticist and together with another composer it gave Wordsworth the ability to grow further in poetry.
Frost utilizes nature to express his perspectives and in addition to make his poetry fascinating and simple to envision in your brain through the detail he supplies. The poetry of Robert Frost regularly grasps themes of nature. This reality may lead a reader to rapidly accept that Frost basically adored nature, and along these lines expounded on it. Robert Frost takes the recognizable objects as the topics of his poetry yet makes them very suggestive and symbolic to speak to some general knowledge.
“Bishop’s carefully judged use of language aids the reader to uncover the intensity of feeling in her poetry.” Elizabeth Bishop’s superb use of language in her introspective poetry allows the reader to grasp a better understand of feeling in her poetry. Bishop’s concentration of minor details led to her being referred to as a “miniaturist”, however this allows her to paint vivid imagery, immersing the reader in her chosen scenario. Through descriptive detail, use of metaphor, simile, and many other excellently executed stylistic devices, the reader can almost feel the emotion being conveyed. Bishop clearly demonstrates her innate talent to communicate environments at ease. Throughout her poetry she remains honest, painting an unflattering self-portrait through lyrical beauty, allowing us to empathize with her.
For him nature is not only beautiful but he believes nature has healing power, nature is sublime and eternal. Wordsworth says; Poetry is the spontaneous over flow of powerful emotions. And he believes nature has power to stir the thoughts too deep. While for Coleridge, Poetry is best words in their best order. For him nature is something to preserve.
It is more poem based and revolves around the author’s good and bad experiences and she puts those into beautiful words to be relatable to the reader. This book is called Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur. I admired her work so much because I can understand where she is coming from and if I ever start writing from my own personal experiences, she will be my inspiration for doing so. As a result of all my readings inside and outside of school, I got a taste of all genres and different authors. Although I have preferences for books, nothing went wasted and I have a great literary library retained in my head.
Love Is Strong The poems, My Lady Is Compared to a Young Tree, by Vachel Lindsay, and A Red, Red Rose, by Robert Burns, both share a theme that express love as strong, true, and real. The Vachel Lindsay poem is very elegant to me because of the way he describes “his lady”, it is such a gorgeous and creative manner. For example, line 16 states,” A kiss from far-off Eden.” This is such a beautiful way of saying that “his lady” is very extraordinary in his eyes and creates a state of immense happiness within his soul. The Robert Burns poem is everlasting, it is the way he explains how his love is endless and no matter what will happen, he will still love them just as much. What brings these two poems together, is how great their love is for the other.
With due interest towards Romanticism, Keats is able to demonstrate the elements of the human spirit that are the same whether within the design of pagan experiences or in the scope of Christianity. He recognizes that lovers are lovers and nature is beautiful, whether they are related to the history of ancient civilizations or whether they are embraced as factors in determining people 's dedication to. The theme of Love is exploited to a great extent and this has been influenced by Shakespeare 's work in Romeo and Juliet. The use of colors give romantic effects. In this poem also, we can see that Madeline and Porphyro are in love and Madeline 's relatives disagree with this relationship because of their backgrounds.
Naidu’s poetry is lyrical and musical using many types of meter and rhyme and filled with rich imagery. Edmund Gosse remarked about her poetry as “skillful in form, correct in grammar, and blameless in sentiment”, he also felt they were western in feeling and in imagery. One finds in Naidu’s poetry the tone of a bright, tender – hearted, Victorian girl influenced by Tennyson, Shelly, and Elizabeth Barrel Browning. Her poetry deals with life and death, separation and longing, and the mystery of life, all important themes for poetry. There is much rhetorical gesturing, much longing for an ideal past or an ideal