Even though he only wrote “Identity” this poem shows so many from just reading this. When reading this poem automatically could tell how much feeling was behind this, not knowing what he has gone through. He used a situation that was all around and such a huge issue that is important to the society today. Also using an issue and putting it into a totally different story, but with the same meaning. For example, in his poem, it states “I'd rather smell of musty, green stench than of sweet, fragrant lilac.
Living in a society today makes it hard for many teens and kids our age. We all struggle and stress about this one thing, standing out. This is such a huge thing now because they’re are so much people out there who are doing everything to stand out, We all struggle with this one problem but yet no one really cares talks about it. In this essay I will be talking about 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. Though, Julio only made one poem, but with that one poem, it shows so many about his writing and literature skills.
The landings are where one could rest for a minute before the continued upward travel. Just as life continues changing and altering as the mother speaks of “turnin’ corners” (Hughes 12). However, it is Hughes’ line 12 and 13 where the reader feels the truth behind the words: “…And sometimes goin’ in the dark where there ain’t been no light.” It has the same meaning as the aforementioned “Bare” (Hughes 7), but somehow seeing it in this aspect brings another dimension to this poem. How closely these lines resemble and complement those of Martin Luther King Jr.’s when he said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” Sometimes one must continue on in the darkness and only hope for the light to come.
The most distinctive and noticeable aspect of Anyone Lived In A Pretty How Town is its syntax. The author disregarded grammar throughout the entire poem in a way that made readers pay close attention to the content of the poem. Cummings states that “he sang his didn’t he danced his did”. This line is informing
“The Untitled Superhero Poem” by Tonya Maria Matthews is a great example of stream of consciousness, displays great use of enjambment, and is an ideal representation of witness poetry. One of the first things that a reader will notice is that there is no punctuation in the poem until the very last line. The absence of punctuation, also known as enjambment, causes the reader to continuously read the poem without stopping. By using this device, Tonya Maria Matthews is forcing the reader to take in everything that is said in the poem at once. This device also gives high energy to “The Untitled Superhero Poem.” With the readers being forced to take the poem in all at once and in a fast paced way, they feel the same energy that Matthews did when
Her poetry was deemed peculiar and many refused to publish her because of it. After being denied and rejected so many times, she wrote her poetry in spite of them, to prove she was a better poet than they gave her credit for. Today, she is known as one of the biggest influences on American poetry and has the kind of name association she wished she had back in the
We can see the beauty of his writing through imagery because it is represented in such ways such as “the twilight darkens, the curlew calls” and so much more. Longfellow seems to suggest that time is not really something measurable. This is another reason I believe that Longfellow’s poem “The Tide Rises The Tide Falls” demonstrates how life is a cycle that keeps recurring and that time won’t stop for you no matter what happens. This theme was communicated through the poet’s use of imagery. He also shows that perhaps time does not exist at all and that the events occurring in the poem were imagery is taken place are just transitory events in one moment of
The rhetorical device used in this stanza it was rhyme. It all help the stanza sound helpless like there want no other way. Like in “To lie before us like a land of dreams, so various, so beautiful, so new,” (Matthew Arnold stanza 4).The quote mean to be hurt and not to have another help cause it hopeless. In the poem Dover Beach, many rhetorical devices it helps shape the theme of the poem. The theme of the poem is that there is good and bad in life it can go either way anytime in life.
Change and loss are inevitable Compare and contrast the ways in which change and loss are presented in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ and Carol Ann Duffy’s poetry collection ‘Mean Time’ Both Williams- in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’- and Duffy – in ‘Mean Time’- present change and loss as central, complex ideas. The consternation of change is an intrinsic human fear, as demonstrated by characters in both works of literature. Setting, characterization and allegory are just some of the ways they present relatable characters who cower in the face of change. Another ineluctable element of life is loss; both Duffy and Williams understand this, intelligently indicating this using a variety of poetic and dramatic techniques. Throughout the play, Williams
Love can exist as affection, infatuation, obsession, pleasure and in many other ways, as love is abstract. Hence, there is no one single interpretation of love. Love is a theme that has been embedded into language and literature over the centuries, yet due to the ever changing perception of love people continue to search for a universal definition of love. Poems are able to showcase the inner feelings and desires of a poet as well as their own unique views on love. Nevertheless, through poems “La Belle Dame sans Merci” by John Keats, “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning, “Mother in a Refugee Camp” by Chinua Achebe, “The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone!” by John Keats, “Remember” by Christina Rossetti and “Piano” by D. H. Lawrence, this essay will explore how and why different poets present the theme of love in a variety of ways.