Living in a society today makes it hard for many teens and kids our age. We all struggle and stress about this one thing, being unique or different. This is such a huge thing now because they’re are so much people out there who are willing to go to every extent to try be unique, or there are people out there who would go to every extent to just satisfy people. We all struggle with this one problem but yet no one really cares talks about it. In this essay I will be analyzing the poet Julio Noboa Polanco with his poem “identity”, how different he is to other poets, and lastly how he used his poetic elements with his poem.
Living in a society today makes it hard for many teens and kids our age. We all struggle and stress about this one thing, being unique or different. This is such a huge thing now because they’re are so many people out there who are willing to go to every extent to try be unique, or there are people out there who would go to every extent to just satisfy people. We all struggle with this one problem but yet no one really cares talks about it. In this essay I will be analyzing the poet Julio Noboa Polanco with his poem “identity”, how different he is to other poets, and lastly how he used his poetic elements with his poem.
Just as Shakespeare did, she uses a comparison to a relatable subject. She used her literature as her child, but unlike Shakespeare, she does not believe that her subject is perfect. Charlotte referred from the beginning of the piece to the work being “ill-formed” meaning full of grammatical mistakes and how the work no matter how much she tried to mend it she still did not see it as perfect. Both poets also hold a very close relationship to the subject of the poem. The attachments are alike in the matter that the author uses common metaphors.
Though, Julio only made one poem, but with that one poem, it shows so many about his writing and literature skills. From reading all these poet’s work, it was very hard to choose which one to talk about. But for some reason Julio Noboa Polanco stood out more. In his poem “Identity” talks about our society now. Most people nowadays are trying their hardest to stand out, not caring if they're the ugliest or the
Keating, however, has a unique approach to education not seen anywhere at Welton. Teaching to his students (carpe diem) self-expression and self-thought, and not Welton’s standard hard single-mindedness and conformity. The carpe diem influence placed upon the students by Keating allowed them to look beyond and have joy, leading to them re-founding the Dead Poets Society, an organization created by Keating as a Welton student. The society was a place for Keating and his societal partners to talk and read about poetry to
When reading The Making of a Poem one thing that really intrigued me was the beginning. Right away we get to see how Eavan Boland fell in love with poetry and it's very significant to put it there at the start before getting to know anything else about her. As readers, we never really get to hear how a writer picks up their talent but rather little snippets of their life if you will, it's about more of where they come from and their life experiences, then the craft itself. We don't see what really moves them to write and where their reasoning comes from so I think it is very clever to open the book with that and allows us to get to know where the writer's passion lies. It comes as no surprise to me that she grew a love for poetry from her father,
And as a result, many, not only by its target audience, can enjoy it. Jack is a character by which a lot of people can see themselves reflected, because he stays safe in his comfort zone and doesn’t let others see his full potential for the fear of being ridiculed or criticized. Perhaps if he hadn’t started to write poems and let his teacher post them he would have never discovered his talent and maybe Mr. Dean Myers would have never gone to his school and read his poem. Jack develops during the book: from being a kid in denial of writing poetry, to exploiting his potential and let others appreciate
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