EX. Sonnets are made up fully of iambic pantameter so any of Shakespeare’s, such as Sonnet #147, would be an example.
EX. Sonnets are made up fully of iambic pantameter so any of Shakespeares, such as Sonnet #147, would be an example.
EX. Rhyme scheme of classic Shakespeare sonnet:
EX. Since Shakespeare’s rhyming pattern ends with “GG” the end of any of his sonnets would be an example of a heroic couplet such as “For have sworn thee fair, and thought thee bright,/ Who art as black as hell, as dark as night”- Sonnet #147 by William Shakespeare.
EX. Poetry itself is a paradox because “it says things that cannot be said”
EX. Metaphorical conceit is seen in Sonnet #147 by William Shakespeare when the speaker compares his love to a horrible fever that is so overwhelming and consuming, he can focus on nothing else. “My love is as a fever, longing still/ For that which longer nurseth the disease;”
EX. “Death, be not proud, though some have called thee/Mighty and dreadful […]” This line of poetry expressing enjambment is from John Donne’s Holy Sonnet: X.
EX. “Desiring this man’s art and that man’s cope/ With what I most enjoy contented least” from Sonnet #29 by William Shakespeare
ex. “Death be not proud, though some have called the/Mighty and dreadful” is an excerpt from Holy Sonnets: X by John Donne. Here, the speaker is making an explicit reference to Death, who he personifies throughout the sonnet.
EX. “twittering tongues” from The Season of Phantasmal Peace by Derek Walcott
EX. “We so cool cool and school”
EX. Walt Whitman was the champion of free verse poetry
EX. “Then all the nations of birds lifted together/ the huge net of the shadows of this earth/ in multitudinous dialects, twittering tongues” is an excerpt from the poem “The Season of Phantasmal Peace” by Derek Walcott. The tone is awestruck
EX. must have ABAB/CDCD/EFEF/GG rhyme scheme
EX. Petrarch is an example of a poet who wrote Petrarchan sonnets. He was alive 1304-1374.
EX. Sonnets are examples of lyric poems, so something like Sonnet #147 by William Shakespeare that conveys obviously frustrated and resentful feelings of one lover to the other.
EX. Homer’s “The Odyssey”