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Page 1: Lyrical poetry.literature 2

By: Glenn S. Competente BEEd 2B

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IT EXPRESSES THE

THOUGHTS AND

FEELINGS OF THE POEM’S

SPEAKER, THE ONE WHO

SAYS ITS WORDS

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…these poems rely

on their own music

created through

rhythm and sound…

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---IT IS A SINGLE , UNIFIED

STRAIN OF EXALTED VERSE

WITH A SINGLE PURPOSE

AND DEALING WITH A

SINGLE THEME…

(Practice Hall Literature, 2002)

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TO CELEBRATE

A SINGLE IDEA

OR OBJECT

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AN ODE CAN BE

ABOUT ANY

SUBJECT.

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ELABORATE AND

DIGNIFIED

IT GLORIFIES AND

CELEBRATES ITS SUBJECT

WITH A FORMAL TONE

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MAY OR MAY

HAVE NOT END

RHYME OR

REGULAR RHYTHM

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ITS NUMBER AND

LENGTH CAN VARY.

IT’S USUALLY LONG

WITH VARYING

LENGTHS.

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Under the trees light

has dropped from the top of

the sky,

Light

Like a green

Latticework of branches,

Shining

On every leaf,

Drifting down like clean

White sand.

a cicada sends

Its sawing song

high into the empty

air.

The world is

a glass of

overflowing

With water

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A SHORT POEM THAT ORIGINATES IN JAPAN, BUT PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD ENJOY WRITING READING THESE VERY SHORT POEMS. (Practice Hall Literature, 2002)

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ANYTHING BUT

USUALLY MORE

ON NATURE

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SERIOUS

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DOESN’T RHYME

AND DOESN’T

HAVE REGULAR

RHYTHM…

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IT HAS THREE LINES: THE 1ST

AND LAST LINE ARE SEVEN

SYLLABLES WHILE THE

MIDDLE LINE CONTAINS

FIVE SYLLABLES

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Temple bells die out

The fragrant blossoms

remain

A perfect evening!

-Basho

Bearing no flowers,

I am free to toss madly

Like the willow tree

-Chijoyo

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A FORMAL POEM WRITTEN IN

ALTERNATING DACTYLIC

HEXAMETER AND DACTYLIC

PENTAMETER THAT REFLECTS ON

DEATH OR ANOTHER SOLEMN

THEME (Grolier Encyclopedia of

Knowledge, 2003)

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TO MEMORIALIZE

A PERSON OR

REFLECT ON A

SUBJECT

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THE DEATH OF A

PARTICULAR PERSON

OR ANOTHER SERIOUS

SUBJECT SUCH AS

WAR.

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FORMAL

AND SERIOUS

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MAY OR MAY NOT

HAVE END RHYME.

MAY OR MAY NOT

HAVE A REGULAR

RHYTHM.

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VARY

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She dwelt among the untrodden ways

Beside the springs of Dove

A maid whom were none to praise

And very few to love.

A violet by a mossy stone

Half-hidden from the eye!

-Fair as a star, when only one

Is shining in the sky.

She lived unknown, and few could know

When Lucy ceased to be;

But she is in her grave, and, oh,

The difference to me

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IT IS A FOURTEEN-LINE

POEM THAT FOLLOWS

A SPECIFIED RHYME

SCHEME(Practice Hall

Literature, 2002)

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SONNET IS

DERIVED FROM

THE ITALIAN WORD

‘SONNETO’ WHICH

MEANS LITTLE

SONG…

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VARIES, BUT

OFTEN ITS

PURPOSE IS TO

PRAISE...

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IT HAS A DEFINITE RHYME SCHEME.

THE TYPE OF RHYME SCHEME A

SONNET HAS PLACES IT INTO AN

EVEN SMALLER CATEGORY OF

PETRARCHAN (ITALIAN) SONNETS

OR SHAKESPEREAN (ENGLISH OR

ELIZABETHAN) SONNET.

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IAMBIC

PENTAMETER ( AN

UNSTRESSED BEAT

FOLLOWED BY A

STRESSED BEAT)

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ALL HAS FOUTEEN LINE.

PETRARCHAN SONNETS HAVE 2

STANZAS: AN OCTET

FOLLOWED BY A SEXTET.

SHAKESPEREAN SONNETS HAVE

4 STANZAS: 3 QUATRAINS

FOLLOWED BY A COUPLET.

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SONNET 116

1 LET ME NOT TO THE MARRIAGE OF TRUE

MINDS

2 ADMIT IMPEDIMENTS. LOVE IS NOT LOVE

3 WHICH ALTERS WHEN IT ALTERATION FINDS,

4 OR BENDS WITH THE REMOVER TO

REMOVE.

5 OH NO, IT IS AN EVER-FIXED MARK

6 THAT LOOKS ON TEMPESTS AND IS NEVER

SHAKEN;

7 IT IS THE STAR TO EVERY WAND’RING BARK

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8WHOSE WORTH’S UNKNOWN, ALTHOUGH

HIS HEIGHT BE TAKEN.

9 LOVE’S NOT TIME’S FOOL, THOUGH ROSY

LIPS AND CHEEKS

10 WITHIN HIS BENDING SICKLE’S COMPASS

COME

11 LOVE ALTERS NOT WITH HIS BRIEF HOURS AND

WEEKS,

12 BUT BEARS IT OUT EVEN TO THE EDGE OF

DOOM.

13 IF THIS BE ERROR AND UPON ME PROVED,

14 I NEVER WRIT, NOR NO MAN EVER LOVED.