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Poetry is a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language—such as ... The use of ambiguity, symbolism, irony and other stylistic elements of poetic diction often leaves a poem open to multiple interpretations. ..... Actual rhythm is significantly more complex than the basic scanned meter described ...

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What are the devices or specific elements that gives poetry its distinctive identity in the vast realm of literature? This Buzzle article will answer this very query of ...

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Feb 3, 2013 ... ELEMENTS OF POETRYMeter: This is the basic structural make-up of the poem. Do the syllables match with each other? Every line in the ...

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There are two basic kinds of sonnets: the Italian (or Petrarchan) sonnet and the ... Three other elements of poetry are rhyme scheme, meter (ie. regular rhythm) ...

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THE ELEMENTS OF POETRY. The basic elements of poetry include the speaker, content, theme, shape and form, mood or tone, imagery, diction, figurative ...

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Feb 15, 2015 ... No matter if you're writing sonnets or lyrics to your next mixtape, these five things are essential to any poem. The only thing that will make your ...

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Poetry, one of the most popular forms of literature, has certain basic elements. Read this article to know what are the main elements of a poem.

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These are called NARRATIVE POEMS. Just like the regular stories which you read in your literature courses, a narrative poem also has the same basic elements ...

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Sep 22, 2005 ... Basic Elements of Poetry : Rhythm, Rhyme and Imagery: Introduction Poetry, unlike other literary forms, focuses most sharply on language itself ...