Many authors have their own person way of writing like including facts in their literary works or putting their own opinions into the mix. Emily Dickenson and Robert Frost are two poets that focus on themselves; they share their opinions, emotions, and thoughts through their writing and build a community of people who agree with them. Both of these talented writers are very keen on keeping a running theme that stands as their central idea; Emily’s poems are about seeing things in a new and different light while Robert’s poems are built around central metaphors and his past experiences. Aside from focusing on themselves, they have a few poems that describe the experience and emotions of an induvial person like Frost’s “Home Burial” and Dickenson’s “He ate and drank the precious words”. Emily Dickenson was a poet who expresses her deep emotions and thoughts that she experiences naturally over time; she doesn’t worry about getting things right nor does she worry about what people will think of her poems.
This shows that the story itself did not matter as much as the actual act of love. The theme of this poem is, “Physical things sometimes have deeper meanings.” The tone of it was heartwarming, reflective, and grateful. When the reader reads this, he or she can feel and relate to the narrator because we all have parents that we have learned from and are grateful for. That is one reason why this is a great poem because almost anyone can relate to it. This poem also has very vivid images and colorful language.
The area of being able to practice writing consistently allows teachers and parents that may not see the importance of mental health yet as a way to practice their writing and take advantage of the cross curricular nature of Project 11. This can also be utilized in allowing the students who may be stubborn to reflect on their thoughts, ideas, or worries without
Shel Silverstein’s books of poetry are often found in classrooms because of the sheer accessibility of his words and their meanings. The poem Where the Sidewalk Ends from the book of the same name is a testament to this point as he uses the simplest words to get his point across, he spells his message out so that anyone can absorb the information they read or hear. Silverstein’s consideration of his audience is what I believe gave myself and my friends our first conscious appreciation for poetry. It was conscious because we chose to read all of Silverstein’s work after having our teacher read Where the Sidewalk Ends from a poster in our school library. Tunnell et al.
Poetry Analysis Once the poem “History Lesson” was written numerous poetry foundations celebrated it for many reasons. “History Lesson” not only makes an impact on literature today it has also impacted people also. This poem inspires people and moves them to the point to where they can find a personal connection to the poem itself and to the writer. Not only does it hold emotional value for those who were victimized and those whose family were victimized by the laws of segregation, but the poem is also celebrated for its complexity. The poem uses many techniques to appeal to the reader.
John: On this show what I like to do is to entertain and I also like inform people that is why today’s episode will be about Gloria Whelan. Gloria Whelan is a poet that wrote 40 books most of them are children books. She also won a lot of awards for her books and how great they are. Moreover, she began making up stories at a very young age John: And here she is. Gloria: “comes in and sits down 1.
(Styles, 2009) Poetry uses its rhythmic patterns to make it memorable and easy to read, setting up expectations for the reader, these expectations can be conformed to in such poetry as ‘The Story Of Little Suck-A-Thumb’ or broken in nonsense poetry to add to the humour it conveys. (Open University) Such easy to read and memorable literature has been used to tackle heavy issues such as race. Supporting some children to deal with emotions. (Rosen, 2009) Walter de la Mare was one of the first to use poetry to tell a story making them easy to read and remember. (Styles, 2009) This theme has continued in to writings of authors such as Janet and Alan Ahlberg, they have also managed to write stories
Poetry. A piece of art that gives people an opportunity to write down their most creative thoughts. Whether it is a notebook, a computer, or a napkin, one can manifest a new world of happiness or sadness. The heart clenching words that poetry express give positive direction to some readers. When one is struggling, poems can lead the way to new way of living.
I found it interesting how much poetry and the number of journals she read during her spare time. She enjoyed competing by participating in sports. She found pleasure in purchasing albums of different genres of music. I feel that her interests are predominately academic such as reading journal articles or writing poetry. She enjoyed reading classic books and poetry.
I would even write and illustrate my own books and would read it to the class. My interest in drawing has increase because it helps me with stress, makes people smile and I can control my anger. When I find myself stressed out, I can decrease that by taking at least 30 minutes out my day just to draw. It also clears my mind, drawing can be everything to some like me. Especially if you believe in the horoscope, it says that Virgo are good at drawing, I am a Virgo, so I believe in that.