Once Romeo had seen the fight start between Mercutio and Tybalt, he should have stayed where he was. Asking them to stop was a "valiant" move, but interfering could cause disaster in between. Law acts really quickly, so by following one 's impulses could mean an assured unhappy doom. It does not take much, just patience, to be able to stop and think before acting. In the end, it is worth it, decisions taken guided by impulses and rushed are most likely to be regretted afterward.
To deal with the tricky concoction of all elements in a poem, it is important to deal with each element, that is, imagery, diction and rhythm, separately. The way to deal with a complicated subject is to look at it part by part. This stands true even in human life because more than anything, a methodical approach, which is the employment of a suitable procedure to break down a problem into minor pieces is necessary to solve it. With this, each smaller piece becomes an easier problem to
The poem Don’t Quit includes rhyme in every stanza which gives an intriguing play on words to get the message across. This gives the reader an easier way for decoding the message. By laying the information out like this, Guest is making it vivid that success does not come effortlessly nor does it come to those unwilling to compete. Contrastingly, Larson utilizes repetition throughout his poem with nearly every line beginning with “To”. He lays out each characteristic one must acquire by first starting with, for example, “To be” and then stating the characteristic that is so necessary to hold.
Songs are considered poetry as well because it gives people the ability to connect emotionally with the lyrics that are being sung. Just like a poem, songs can convey a meaning, significance, or message that people are able to attach to the song. The song, “Warning Sign” by Chris Martin, and the poem, “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost both communicate a similar message of the decisions we make in life, and the consequences that
That is why people need God’s wisdom to choose to obey God. Though we are saved, and the power of sin has been broken, but we still could have sinful, unbelieving heart. The sinful heart will turn away from the living God and the heart will be hardened. So, we need to encourage one another daily to turn back to God. Therefore, others are necessary for personal growth in the gospel.
How would you like it if you had to fit in? The poet Erin Hanson, who goes by E.H., wrote the poem “Welcome to Society”. The poem is summarized by the third and fourth lines, which state, “And please feel free to be yourself/ As long as it’s in the right way.” Hanson expresses the theme of social acceptance through his/her use of conflict, word choice, and idioms throughout the poem. It can be argued that conflict is an important part of a poem. I personally think it is a very important part.
In addition, the author extensively uses personification in this poem. It is worth noting that using personification in this scenario makes a sense of familiarity to the readers. Speaking in the tone of first person to call for help in person instead of a plain description of a siren can somehow arouse the empathy of the readers. The technique of enjambment accelerates such haste to make sure that readers can feel the ambient tone alongside the empathy of reading in first person. Thus, the enjambment makes the scenario vivid by adding hasty tone and personification.
Dove structures her poem into three distinct stanzas each with a different subject of focus; this structure develops a storyline plot that makes the poem flow more smoothly and allows the meaning of the poem to be deeper than just recounting an experience. I mimicked the structure and storyline plot in my poem because it presents the issue in a methodical and clear order and also enables me to develop the deeper meaning of my poem. In the first stanza, she expresses that she wants space alone to think, but is surrounded by reminders of her role as a mother everywhere, so she decides to retreat to nature. Similarly, in my first stanza I introduce the problem of ethnic identity that I faced in this situation: that I feel strangled by all the expectations that are directly and indirectly put on me in the from the highly competitive Metropolitan society in which I was raised. I am constantly reminded of what society thinks I should be achieving and doing as a female, high school student and try out for the cross-country team to try to escape.
Others believe that we should get rid of it because if humans make these mistakes you will be label to harshly for what you have done. Its as simple as if you don 't do the crime you won 't do the time. The
In the future, the world will be a better place if offensive words like the n-word and other name-calling can be banished from existence. Trying to get rid of the n-word is a hard task to do and all races should make an honest attempt to get