Note any changes in the form of the poem that might signal a shift in point of view.
Study the structure of the poem, including its rhyme and rhythm (if any).
Poem Structure - Lines and Stanzas. This page is an introduction to poem
structure and poetry techniques. What's the best way to divide your poetry into
Form falls into general categories which overlay the terms of structure. Poems are
said to be lyric, narrative or dramatic. Thus a poem can be described as a lyric ...
The poem consists of nine stanzas that vary between two lines and five lines in
length. There is no pattern to the stanzas, perhaps to reflect the idea that there is
Form, in poetry, can be understood as the physical structure of the poem: the
length of the lines, their rhythms, their system of rhymes and repetition. In this
Jul 29, 2015 ... It is essential that you write about the structure and style of a poem in your exam if
you want to achieve a high grade. You must show an ...
When you structure your poem, the sound should make people pause slightly at
the end of each line. Remember that as you shorten or lengthen the lines, ...
Poetic Structures A turn is a shift in the rhetorical and/or dramatic progression of a
poem. The pattern of a poem's turning is its structure. The following are some ...
Feb 19, 2012 ... Last month I had the honor of introducing two separate groups of writers to
principles of poetic structure as put forth in Michael Theune's ...
When we're young, we're often taught in school to think about what poems mean:
their themes, their images, the feelings they evoke. At the higher levels of ...