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Poetry Lights Poetry Lights Menu Skip to content Home About Us Banners Blog Contact Us The True Beauty of Poetry We have all had that feeling before, of wanting to be able to put our thoughts into words and truly explain to people how we felt. Unfortunately for most, being able to do just that is much easier said than done and generally never gets done. For those that are persistent with their efforts however, writing and specifically writing poetry can be one of the most relaxing and rewarding activities you can do. Doing it properly will generally prove to be rather difficult for some, and will come easier to others, but sometimes just trying is enough. Their are many different types of poetry, though the most common would be haiku, allegory, rhyme, and iambic pentameter. Each of these different types will be written and ultimately read/sound differently from one another, but they all have a special place in the poets heart. For personal poetry rhyming may prove to be the best path considering that is usually easy to turn the poem into a rhyme which can help to make it stick and keep things interesting as you proceed. For those that may be skeptical about expressing feelings with poems, you should know that many successful hip hop and other genre singers got their start with poetry. The actual lines became the lyrics, and when given a beat were able to be listened to by the masses. Regardless of this fact however, some people can simply not write or do not feel comfortable and that is why expressing yourself in a different manner may be best. Art, music, song and dance are many of the finer art forms that are available to those looking for self expression. When its all said and done, poetry is defined as a piece of literature written by a poet to express emotions, with varying styles and types of metaphors, similes etc. So to be a good poet is is important to read about and understand what all of these definitions mean before diving in to the world of actually writing. Another technique that may be used is to search your way through a library or the internet and read some of the works of famous poets in different styles. Doing this will expose you to what is already out there, as well as give you an idea of how it should be written, but you must not forget not to copy others, as this is meant to be self expression. This entry was posted in Uncategorized on June 5, 2016 by support. Lyrical and Reflective Poetry–Basic Concepts There is a thin differentiating line between lyrical and reflective poetry. It is very entertaining indeed to have contemplative study of such types of poetry. The entire attempts of this article are geared towards focusing on this very aspect of peeping in to poetry. The poetry that we call lyrics or lyrical poems, are basically short and easy. They are direct expressions of the poet’s thoughts, feelings and sentiments. In the past, in the ancient Greece, the lyrics were recited to the accompaniment of an instrument called “lyre”. In the context of today’s scenario, lyrical songs are sung to the tune of the guitar. But there are lyrical poems you may find unsuitable for singing. Poems like Pope’s Essay on Man and Wordsworth’s Prelude are such a long in length that one can not call them lyrics. They are too much thoughtful. Therefore, a lyric involves feeling rather than thought! Wordsworth’s the Rainbow deals with beautiful reflection on nature: My heart leaps up when I behold A rainbow in the sky: So was it when my life began, So it is now I am a man: So be it when I shall grow old, Or let me die! The Child is father of the Man; And I could wish my days to be Bound each to each by natural piety. This poem is lyrical in real sense of the term expresses the feeling of joy. If Wordsworth had thought of describing the effects of nature on human beings, it would have been reflective poem rather than being lyrical. Now you can slightly make a difference between the two. Lyric is a sort poem expressing feelings and emotions; on the other hand reflective poem is long and more thoughtful. Though the subject matter of lyrical poetry is love, there are also the sadder topics like fear, hatred and death dealt with. The lyrical sense is almost universally popular in modern times. The Japanese verse called haiku is nothing but a lyric. Remarkable lyrics have been written by the poets like Robert Frost, T. S. Eliot, e. e. cummings, William Butler Yeats and Dylan Thomas. This entry was posted in Uncategorized on June 5, 2016 by support. How to Write a Critical Appreciation of a Poem Critical appreciation of a poem is defined as the critical reading of a poem. The meaning of its words, its rhyme, scheme, the speaker, figures of speech, the references to other works (intertextuality), the style of language, the general writing style of the poet ( if mentioned), the genre, the context, the tone of the speaker and such other elements make up the critical reading or appreciation. It does not mean criticising the poem. A critical appreciation helps in a better understanding of the verse. Meaning- Read the poem more than once to get a clear idea of what the speaker is trying to say. Look up the meanings of difficult or unusual words in a thesaurus. The title of the poem is a key to the general meaning and summary of the thought presented. A poem might be about lost love, ‘Lucy’ (Wordsworth). Rhyme Scheme- Find the rhyming words. These occur at the end of each line. Rhyming words might be present in the middle of the line also. Mark the rhyme scheme. For example, if rhyming words occur at the end of each line alternatively in a poem of 4 lines, the rhyme scheme will be ‘a b a b’. In the poem, ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ by Robert Frost, the second stanza goes like this: “My little horse must think it queer To stop without a farmhouse near Between the woods and frozen lake The darkest evening of the year… “ In these lines, the rhyme scheme is ‘a a b b’ In several poems, there are no rhymes. Such a poem is called a blank verse. Speaker- Identify the speaker of the poem. It can be a child, an elderly, a shepherd, a swordsman, a student, a milkmaid, a sailor, an animal or even an object like a chair or a place like a house or a mountain. Each Speaker will speak differently. Setting- Every poem has a specific setting. It might be a ship or a modern condominium. The setting is the background of the poem and contributes to its meaning. For example, the setting of a pastoral is very likely to be a grazing ground for a flock of ship. The setting of Eliot’s ‘Preludes’ is a modern city with its people leading a mechanical life. The words also convey the same sense. “And short square fingers stuffing pies, And evening newspapers, and eyes, Assured of certain certainties… “ Context- The context gives us the time and location of the poem. It is what prompted the poem. The context might be an event of great political significance like the French Revolution. It prompted P...

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