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.
The sound effect in “The Road not Taken” helps everyone understand the poem better. This poem uses assonance. Robert Frost uses assonance to help his readers imagine “The Road Not Taken” more thoroughly. For example, he used this sound effect by saying “fair and wear.” Also, “lay, day, and way.” Sound effects helped this poem become more interesting. In conclusion, Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” could relate to anyone, no matter what decision they had to make.
This paper carefully studies the use of images, allusions and philosophical basis for the poem. This way the author gets the final result that this question which prufrock never speaks out is his conflict with knowledge, reality and existence. He is thinking carefully about whether he should reveal his true self before public, or keep the mask he knows he cannot live within. In modern literature, T.S. Eloit is a marvellous poet.
As seen in the poem Mirror, if we aren’t happy with our reflection or focus too much on finding ourselves through the mirror, we will end up losing ourselves and never find happiness, just like Plath. We need to find ourselves without looking in the mirror, because if we search for ourselves in the mirror, we will actually end up losing ourselves. The first thing the readers should consider in the poem is the title. The title of the poem is a major factor the reader should consider when reading this poem. The title of the poem helps the reader understand the speaker of the poem and helps portray the theme of the poem.
Sometimes one reads a poem and it makes no sense. Reading a poem can be challenging, especially in a fast paced culture like ours, because a poem needs time. In a poem, the poet does not reveal the meaning that is behind his words immediately but rather brings the reader on a journey through images, metaphors and style. Poets express sentiments or paint a picture on a page and invite the reader to experience their own feelings and emotions also. To do so poets follow or choose a style this is determined by a set of rules.
It isn’t just the words in the poem, but sometimes even how the words are arranged, and the way they sound when paired together. The way a poem sounds to a reader out-loud might not seem a clue to the inner workings of a poem but can unveil a secret meaning all together. The rhyme scheme in this poem is simplistic as well as telling. In Robinson’s Richard Cory there is an alternating pattern, while it isn’t ‘A B A B’ the entire way, it does have a sense of purposeful rhythm. There is however, one misstep in the rhyme scheme, a hiccup so to speak.
CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION Robert Frost’s poetry has been so extensively analysed that it would not be easily possible to think of something altogether novel to say. A humble attempt has been made in the following pages to observe the elements of pastoral in the poetry of Frost from a new point of view. He is largely a poet of much wider sympathies than those of a mere regional poet. Frost’s range of pastoral is not limited only up to the natural aspects but it can be best seen in every aspect. The poetry he has written is of a kind distinctly different from that of his major contemporaries.
This poem is different from the others because it doesn’t for once has anything to do with love but just family, Glistening armor Was this piece easy to write? Why? Was this piece difficult to write? Did it dramatically change as you worked it? How/why?
Without his influence of structure, the poem would merely be, “Black against white sky”. There is a world of difference between what it literally was, letter by letter, and what he made it. By using structure creatively and using odd punctuation marks in places that they most certainly don’t belong in a grammatical sense it creates more of a feeling of distraction and disorder. The poem is given an opposite meaning without even changing a single word. If you were to fully analyze this poem without all of its additions, it would be the absolute antithesis of what he has made it to be: interesting and mild chaotic.
If asked for a resolution of poetry, the researcher cannot come up with one single resolution. However, evolution and consolidation being the basic tenet of Sri Aurobindo’s approach, the resolutions may be contextually understood and applied. It is this ramification that his writings present. While rearranging and exploring it is difficult to formulate a sequence of descriptions owing to the difference of the referential point in which they have been written. Yet an attempt has been made, to study few concepts and present them in various proportions in Sri Aurobindo’s own positions.