NARRATIVE AND LYRIC POETRY

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NARRATIVE AND LYRIC POETRY:

NARRATIVE AND LYRIC POETRY

Narrative POetry:

Narrative POetry Is a poetry that tells a story. It combines the excitement of a story with the elements of poetry. It is complex and reading the poems more than once is a necessity.

LYRIC POETRY:

LYRIC POETRY Is a poetry that expresses the poet’s personal emotions or sentiments rather than telling of events. Love poems, patriotic songs and odes are all examples of lyric poetry.

ELEments of poetry:

ELEments of poetry

the elements of Poetry:

the elements of Poetry Alliteration The repetition of beginning consonant sounds in a literary work. Example: “ Shooting sparks into space.” (West Side Story)

the elements of Poetry:

the elements of Poetry Assonance The repetition of vowel sounds in a literary work. Example: “A r a re and r a diant m a iden whom the a ngels n a med Lenore,” (The Raven)

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Onomatopoeia Is the use of words whose sounds complement their meanings Example: buzz, moo, pow , squeak Example: “The Bells” (Edgar Allan Poe)

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Repetitions A device used to emphasize the importance of words and phrases, often used in persuasive writing and poetry. Words, sounds, phrases and patterns can be repeated.

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Rhyme The use of similar sounds in words or phrases that appear close to one another in a poem. Most rhymes are on the final syllable of the last word on a line. Example: The night was dark, for the moon was young And the stars were asleep and rare ; The clouds were thick, yet Youth went out To see his Maiden fair . (Ballad of A Mother’s Heart)

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Rhythm The flow of words within each meter and stanza.

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Simile A figure of speech in a writer compares two things, connecting them by “like” or “as” Example: “…the way you grow old is kind of like an onion…” (Eleven)

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Style A writer’s characteristic way of writing. Images, tone, and choice of literary devices all contribute to style.

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Symbol A person, place, thing, or action that has meaning to itself but also stands for something larger. The symbol may stand for a quality, a belief, or a value.

THE elements of poetry:

THE elements of poetry Theme The main idea or meaning of a literary work. It is not the same as the subject. Example: “How we act determines how beautiful we are” ( Conceit) -Elizabeth Ruiz

The Raven:

The Raven Once upon a midnight dreary, While I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore, ---- While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly There came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at My chamber door. “ ‘Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door,----- Only this and nothing more.”

Ballad of a mother’s heart:

Ballad of a mother’s heart Still in his hand he held the prize That would win his Maiden's hand; And he thought of his mother dear So kind, so sweet, so fond. And then he heard a voice, Not from his lips but all apart: "Get up," it said; "Were you hurt, Child?" It was his mother's heart.

The sea:

The sea Why does the sea laugh, Mother, As it glints beneath the sun? It is thinking of the joys, my child, That it wishes every one. Why does the sea sob so, Mother, As it breaks on the rocky shore? It recalls the sorrows of the world. And weeps forevermore. Why is the sea so peaceful, Mother, As if it were fast asleep? It would give our tired hearts, dearest child, The comfort of the deep.

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