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Essays on Poetry

Poetry in a layman’s language can be defined as the form of literature which consists of rhyming words, imaginative lines Etc. According to Howard Nemerov poetry is a form of literature that tells us about the emotional response and he also adds that poetry “Evokes a concentrated imaginative awareness of the experience through a language chosen and arranged for its meaning, sound and rhythm”. 

Song Of Myself By Walt Whitmans English Literature
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“Song of Myself “, by Walt Whitman’s Background Song of Myself is a poem by Walt Whitman’s. This poem presents a continual stream of human consciousness, where he attempts to analyze death as natural and transformative process, which ought to occur to everybody. Walt Whitman was an American poet born in 1819 and died on 26th March 1892. The poet was born in Town of Huntington, Long Island, New York, U.S.In his previous years, Whitman worked as government employee ,and…...
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Exploring Latent Homoeroticism Theme in Whitman’s Song of Myself based on Section 11
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Song of Myself is a poem of bold declarations that egotistically assert Walt Whitman’s place and purpose in the context of a world of immense scope and romantically instilled vigor. And yet located within this chaotic unfurling of identity there is one piece of the poem that stands out as a conspicuously reserved, reflective fragment. This moment of breath in Whitman’s otherwise energetic tirade is located at the opening of section 11, which deals with Whitman’s repressed homosexual longings. The…...
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Anti Transcendentalism in the Literary Works of Edgar Allan Poe 1
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Anti-Transcendentalism in the Work of Edgar Allan Poe Life and death are concepts that are widely known by men and women of all cultures. Many pieces of literature are written about these topics since they are well known but not everyone understands the meaning of living and dying. Death seems to be the tougher of these two concepts to be discussed. This is most likely due to the fact that once a person dies they are gone forever. While many…...
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‘Mending Wall’ by Frost
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The poem “Mending Wall” is told from the point of view of the speaker who joins his neighbor in rebuilding the stone wall that divides their land properties. As the speaker states in the opening line, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall” (Frost, 1914, Line 1). He speaks of all the different actions that works against the wall, an example of that is the “frozen-ground-swell”, (Frost,1914, Line 2). Once the winter has passed and spring has come the…...
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Social Evolution Explained Through Poetry
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Throughout the history of mankind, social evolution has been a key factor for the success of the human race. In the early beginnings of man, it was truly every man for themselves and humans were extremely territorial and untrusting of others. In Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall” the narrator expounds upon this territorial mindset of the neighbor and attempts to understand why. Social evolution is a broad necessity for the success of all mankind, but can also be detrimental if the…...
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Analysis of Poem “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop
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Diction Word Choice - Bishop’s word choice includes a variety of topics about losing things and how she views this process as an art. Repetition - The repetition of “art”, “disaster” and “master” shows that Bishop views the thought of losing something ultimately as a disaster, but definitely can be dealt with over time. Pronouns - Bishop uses “I” multiple times to illustrate how she feels about losing certain things that are personal to her. She then uses “you” once…...
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One Art Analysis – Literary Devices And Poetic Devices
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In “One Art”, Elizabeth Bishop uses repetition, symbolism, and imagery to relate the act of losing to the reader. The poet impress upon the reader that things are intended to be lost and as such the pain of loss should be diminished by the frequency in which we experience loss. In the poem, Elizabeth Bishop writes using the villanelle format. A villanelle is a poem that consists of nineteen lines beginning with four, three lines stanzas and a final stanza…...
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Consciousness in Frankenstein and Paradise Lost
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Consciousness is the gateway to information, but can too much information truly be harmful? Harold Bloom’s idea, “All romantic horrors are diseases of excessive consciousness, of the self-unable to bear thy self” (Bloom), perfectly exhibits the Monster’s situation in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as the Monster created by Victor Frankenstein becomes more aware of himself and the world around him. This situation is similar to Milton’s Paradise Lost when Satan becomes more aware of himself and his surroundings. This awareness and…...
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The Main Characters in the Paradise Lost
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Where does a man go after he dies? That’s the question I was all wondering. John Milton writes the book “Paradise Lost”. The main characters of the tale are God, Son of God, the Devil, Raphael, Michael, Eve, and Adam. Hell is where the tale starts in which Satan as well as his supporters. Where they had a battle with God and now are trying to recover from defeat. Pandemonium is a palace where the councils come together to decide…...
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Paradise Lost: The Descriptions of Heaven and Hell
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I believe “Paradise Lost” is a realistic description for the most part because it talks about the fall of mankind and where it all began with Adam and Eve. Milton’s purpose was to explain God's way to men. Man believed that God was spiteful and there was reason to every sickness or bad fortune that was put upon a person, and that they needed to ask for forgiveness. Milton did not want people to think God was spiteful. I believe…...
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Ozymandias: Notes and Explanations
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An antique land  ancient country; here; Egypt. Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest in the history of the world. Who said  the traveller said. Two vast and trunkless legs of stone stand in the desert- The two huge legs of a broken statue stand in the desert. The trunk or the upper portion of the statue is severed from the legs and lies nearby. (This is a common sight in Egypt. Many broken and half-buried statues of ancient kings…...
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The Fall of Ozymandias
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Humanity may be considered the most powerful force on the planet, leaving lasting legacies and accomplishing major milestones throughout history. However, as time slips by, everything seems to somehow slowly disappear into the background as white noise, as current events mute memories of the forgotten past, revealing humanity’s greatest threat: time. In Percy Shelley’s poem “Ozymandias”, the reader observes the fallen remains of the stone statue of King Ozymandias, which displays how detrimental time can be against mankind. Through the…...
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Most Powerful Enemy in Paradise Lost
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The act of disobedience is so powerful, it can bring down an entire world. Disobedience is one of the most prevalent themes found in the epic poem, Paradise Lost. John Milton paints disobedience as the act that can ruin any person or God no matter how powerful they think they are. John Milton shows the thematic portrayal of disobedience through direct verbiage, constant repetition, and through divinity. Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse, consisting of ten books…...
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Nature in Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Works
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The attitude of the narrator in the prose passage by Ralph Waldo Emerson towards nature is that of pure admiration. He is very found of nature and appreciates its ethereal beauty. Emerson makes use of the literary devices of metaphor, symbolism and personification to help readers understand this admiration. One example of a metaphor Emerson uses is when he states that “nature never wears a mean appearance” (Emerson). This line is an oxymoron. Since nature is, in fact, violent, and…...
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Poetry Research Paper About Nikki Giovanni
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Giovanni was born on July 7, 1943, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is a poet, writer and was a significant influence of the Black Arts movement. In 1960 she enrolled at Fisk University, and in 1967 she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Giovanni published her first book of poems in 1968, and it was titled, 'Black Feeling, Black Talk.' Her poems helped define the voice of the African-American people in the 1960s and '70s and continue to connect…...
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The Family Relationship In My Papa’s Waltz
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Just as every family is different, the dynamics inside of each family’s relationship are different. The way in which a family can feel and the way in which a family can express emotion varies. While the complications demonstrated inside of Theodore Roethke’s “My Papa’s Waltz” may differ from the nature of our own experiences, there’s no denying that every family presents its own unique dynamics. Theodore Roethke was born in 1908 to a family of German migrants. His family had…...
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My Papa’s Waltz Analysis – Literary and Poetic Devices
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The American poet, Theodore Roethke, is considered one of the most influential and talented composers of his generation, and 'My Papa's Waltz' is one among many of his exceptional writings. 'My Papa's Waltz' draws from the poet's childhood relationship with his father sometimes during his early days. It features a boy who, despite fearing his father, still loves him. “The boy is dancing with his drunk father who is described as having dirty palms and knuckles, which are battered” (Jolley…...
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Critical Analysis “Mending Wall”
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“Mending Wall” The understanding and practice of community, and being a good neighbor means different things in different eras, although, there are many common themes within the topic that remain constant through time. The understanding of personal property, boundaries, and personal privacy, somewhat contrast with the need for community, being neighborly, allowing people in to your life, and to know you in a personal way. Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall” speaks to a timeless tug of war that is truly found…...
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Conflict in Poetry of Ann Bradstreet
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Ann Bradstreet was a very popular poet. She was the first women poet in the American Colonies. Being a women poet is very challenging. Society expected women to work in house than to be a author. She was very passionate about the poetry she wrote . she knew that men and women have different power in the male dominated society. This is the real conflict created in her writing between the Puritan society and her identity as a woman throughout…...
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The Extent of Destiny: Gods, People, and Fate in The Iliad
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When does fate and when does choice play a role in our lives, or in this world? That question may always be asked but in Homer’s epic poem, The Iliad fate and choice happen often. Throughout The Iliad Homer creates numerous conflicts between not only the mortal Greeks and Trojans but the Gods as well. Though there is a difference between what fate is and what choice is; their similarities coincide with each other. Fate causes one to act in…...
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The Interaction Between Fate And Choice In The Iliad
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When does fate and when does choice play a role in our lives, or in this world? That question may always be asked but in Homer’s epic poem, The Iliad fate and choice happen often. Throughout The Iliad Homer creates numerous conflicts between not only the mortal Greeks and Trojans but the Gods as well. Though there is a difference between what fate is and what choice is; their similarities coincide with each other. Fate causes one to act in…...
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The Narrative of the Iliad
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The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem that was set during the Trojan War. It tells of the battles and events between King Agamemnon and Achilles. Though it only covers a few weeks in the final year, it does give you a look into the events that led to the war. It also alludes to stuff in the future, like the death of Achilles, before it even happened. Even though it was told what happened during the war and…...
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Divine Presence in the Iliad
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The gods in Homers Iliad were more physically and visually involved throughout the story than in the movie Troy. The Iliad describes the gods intervening on behalf of various characters or for their own reasons. In Homers Iliad the gods used manipulation to give them an advantage so that outcomes could play into their favor. Characters were emotionally manipulated, the climate was changed and certain characters in battle were given an advantage over others to win battles. The gods were…...
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The Iliad: Ancient War That Represents The True Nature Of Wars
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Homer’s Iliad, despite having been published over 2,700 years ago, continues to teach us about the nature of war today. Especially, the Trojan War depicted in both The Iliad and The Odyssey share an uncanny resemblance to the ongoing war in Afghanistan. Both wars could have been resolved earlier but extended for a long period of time, sacrificing soldiers who didn’t know what they were fighting for because of people with power demanding more war. The Afghanistan War, the official…...
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Understanding The Raven: Poem Analysis
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The Raven reveals the uncertainty, fear, and loneliness of a person who is involved in unfortunate situations. The poem is about somebody who is badly affected by the death of the love of his life. The person who is talking is trying to forget about his pain through reading. The important themes of this poem involve death, rationality, irrationality, the poem explores the results of the death that tortures those left behind. The mood and subject of this poem also…...
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Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven: Summary and Analysis
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The most famous poem by Edgar Poe The Raven was first published on January 29, 1845, on the pages of the New York daily “Evening Mirror.” The work quickly gained popularity within the English-speaking society and during the lifetime of the author was reprinted eighteen times by both American and English editions. The classic version was the publication on September 25, 1845, in the “Richmond Semi-Weekly Examiner.” The Story of Creation Already the name of the poem itself prepares the…...
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Achilles’ Heroism in The Iliad
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In the 8th century, a Greek poet decided to write a heroic poem named “The Odyssey.” The person who wrote such an epic poem goes by the name of Homer. The Iliad was a sequel to the Odyssey. The Iliad discusses war, the Trojan War because it was around those times, the Trojans and Achaeans, the gods and their goddess, and the violence that was around it. The Iliad portrays the fight by the Greeks to capture the city-state of…...
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“The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe
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The author of The Raven, Edgar Allan Poe is widely known for his Gothic writing style of suspense and horror. Poe’s mysterious style of writing appeals to emotion and drama. His stories all shame similar themes of lost love, death or both. In The Raven the first major theme in the writing is loss. The death of the unnamed narrator’s love Lenore. Poe uses first person point of view in his writings to get try to get the reader to…...
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“The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe and “The Tyger” by William Blake
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Symbols are found within all works of literature. As the class read the given readings, symbols like darkness often appeared. Darkness as a symbol can take many forms. One of the most common forms is animals. While some animals represent purity like sheep, others represent evil like tigers. Tigers represent darkness because of their killing nature and ferocious appearance. Many authors use animals to represent darkness because they are easy to relate to the average reader. Authors like Edgar Allen…...
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Wilfred Owen
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Owen shows that the men are exhausted "Of tired, out- stripped Five-Nines that dropped behind" by personifying the shells, it shows that the war is getting repetitive, even the shells are tired. The phrase: "that dropped behind" suggests that the soldiers are passed caring about them now, they're just so exhausted. Another example of this is when Owen writes: "All went lame; all blind. " This can be interpreted in two ways: either that the soldiers are literally blind from…...
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“Paradise Lost” and “The Duchess of Malfi”
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To some respect, both Milton and Webster present their characters with certain motives of ambition. Milton once said "The mind is its own place, and in itself can make heaven of hell, a hell of heaven. " highlighting that ambition is an internal cause, simply a human flaw and cannot be ignored and can cause tragedy in some respect to what is good or perhaps manipulate the way of thinking in men. Paradise Lost In Paradise Lost, Milton shows us…...
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Write an essay comparing two of the poems you have studied in this unit
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In this essay task I am going to compare and contrast "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning and "Salome" by Carol Ann Duffy. One Main point of similarity with the two poems is that both of them are Dramatic Monologues. Both poems are also based on a strong point of view, "My Last Duchess" being from a man's point of view, and "Salome", a woman's point of view. In both poems the narrators are very much in control of the…...
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The Worlds Wife anthology
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The dramatic monologue is a poetic technique which allows poets to create and develop a persona, who addresses the reader through the telling of a story through their perspective, portraying their inner thoughts and feelings in the process. This poetic technique is used by many well respected poets, including Carol Ann Duffy, a feminist poet whose "World's Wife" anthology consists of poems in which this technique can be found. The aim of this essay therefore, is to look at how…...
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World’s Wife
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Therefore, on a larger scale reminding the reader of two poems that serve as a repertoire to the 'World's Wife', as the somewhat condescending title is a clever over turning of 'the world and his wife' implying that women are the property of men. Yet with this exaltation of men, we see that these two poems are not only reminders of the feminist characteristic of 'The World's Wife' but these two women have been given voices by Duffy. Consequently, archetypes…...
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World War I Poetry Analysis 
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World War I, also known as the War to End All Wars, was a worldwide conflict which occurred between 1914 to 1918. A majority of the fighting took place in Europe between the Entente Powers (comprised of France, Russia, and the United Kingdom) and the Central Powers (comprised of Austria-Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empires). The occurrence of the war was very momentous and left a permanent scar in the lives of many, most notably the brave soldiers that fought…...
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Wordsworth
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A study of the literary works of Wordsworth, focussing on romanticism. Wordsworth poetry derives its strength from the passion with which he views nature. Wordsworth has grown tired of the world mankind has created, and turns to nature for contentment. In his poems, Wordsworth associates freedom of emotions with natural things. Each aspect of nature holds a different meaning for Wordsworth. 'The beauty of morning; silent, bare' (5:WB*) A main source of interest for Wordsworth is the absence of an…...
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William Butler Yeats
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Introduction I believe that William Butler Yeats shows while desire is a destructive force, human experience will never be reached without it. This memorable idea has been influenced by the principles of Romanticism and is most evident in the poetic techniques used in "The Wild Swans at Coole", "The Second Coming" and "Leda and the Swan". William Butler Yeats was deeply troubled by the Anglo-Irish conflict and influenced by the principles of Romanticism, and I believe that it is these…...
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What do Wilfred Owens poems reveal about his views on religion?
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Wilfred Owen was born in 1893 and lived to die at the age of twenty-one. He was a great poet but he had a big problem with mankind. Most of the poems he wrote included the terrible incidents of the war. Wilfred Owen fought in the war for four years. During those horrible years, he wrote a considerable amount of poems about the war. Many of them being religious based like the Parable of the old man and the young.…...
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“When We Two Parted” by George Gordon Byron
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In the entire history of world literature, millions of love poems have been written. "When We Two Parted" by George Gordon Byron (which is more commonly referred to as Lord Byron) is one of them. So how does this poem differ from all the others? How does it stand out? In When We Two Parted, Lord Byron reveals a gamut of emotions that a person feels when a separation from a loved one occurs, and after it has occurred (Schroeder…...
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How well does Milton create the image of Hell
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During the lines 61-77 of Paradise Lost, Milton deals with and portrays many important events from the bible. He manages to use complex language and effective descriptions, to convey the evilness of Hell and all of the fallen angels, effectively to the reader. Milton begins by describing what happened in the Garden of Eden to the reader. He gives the story of Adam and Eve's journey and shows us what will happen if we give into such temptations. This is…...
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How Poems Evoke Emotional Responses

There are different kinds of poets in the world, and they have their unique styles, some may have the same style but have different themes. The most important thing in the poem is the emotional responses which are basically the feeling of the writer or the experiences he or she went through and these emotional responses make a beautiful poem. Emotional responses draw the attention of the audience and tell the experiences of the writer writing the poem and these are the main ideas that evoke emotional responses in a poem.

Dulce et Decorum Est Poem Example and Analysis 

There are so many poems based on emotional responses or in other words, it can be said that there are so many poems that evoke emotional responses. Two such poems are “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owens and “To an Athlete Dying Young” by A.E. Houseman. Wilfred Owens was a British poet born in Shropshire, England on March 18, 1893, and was killed in France on November 4, 1918 (Adam Augustin et al.). Some of his famous poetry is based on WW1, there were only five poems in which three of them were published and the other two were in his journal named Hydra which was edited when he was in a Craiglockhart War Hospital in Edinburgh (“Wilfred Owens”). Wilfred Owens was also known for his anger at the cruelty of the war and his pity for the victims of the war (Adam Augustin et al.). However, they were similar in the sense that they were both Britishers. A.E Housman was an English scholar and poet born in Worcestershire, England on March 26, 1859, and he died in Cambridge, England on April 30, 1936 (Patricia Bauer et al.). According to Michael Stratford, A.E Housman lost his mother when he was just 12 years old which changed his life and his poetry reveals an acute sensitivity to all human losses and love. He also worked as a professor of Latin at Trinity College, Cambridge, and worked there for his life until his death, in his whole life he published two volumes of poetry named “A Shropshire Lad” and “Last Poems” (“A.E Housman”).

A.E. Housman “To an Athlete Dying Young” 

Both poems “Dulce et Decorum Est” and “To an Athlete Dying Young” are full of emotional responses and in both poems, the main themes can be considered sadness, sufferings, humanity, and patriotism. In “Dulce et Decorum Est” the poet represents the scene of the war or in other words, the poet in his poem tells the conditions of the soldiers fighting in the war. In this poem, there are several emotions like love, hatred, anger, frustration, and sorrow, Etc. In his poem Wilfred Owens uses the phrase “Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, Coughing like hags” (lines 1-4). By these lines the author gives the view of the soldiers, that they were exhausted, tired as they were coughing like hag’s as well as they were missing their necessary things like shoes Etc. This depicts emotional responses like sorrow and frustration. Some other emotional responses like anger, frustration can also be seen in the poem where the poet in one of his paragraphs describes the gas attack due to which soldiers were dying, their lungs stopped functioning and they cannot even breathe because of the poisonous gas attack. Contradictory, the poem “To an Athlete Dying Young” also holds emotional responses like sorrow and happiness. 

In his poem A.E Housman uses lines like “The time you won your town the race, We chaired you through the marketplace, Man and boy stood cheering by, And home we brought you shoulder high” (lines 1-4). By these lines Happiness as an emotional response can be described in this poem because the writer of the above lines describes the scene where all the people of the town were happy, enjoying the victory of an athlete of their country who won the race and in that, scene people were carrying that athlete on their shoulders and congratulating him. A.E Housman also uses the lines “To-day; the road all runners come, Shoulder high we bring you home, and set you at your threshold down, Townsman of stiller town” (lines 5-8). By these lines another emotional response can be derived from this poem which is sorrow. Sorrow can be said to be an emotional response from the above lines because by these lines the poet describes a scene where the athlete was dead and people who were before carrying that athlete on their shoulders with happiness and full of pride are now carrying the same athlete on their shoulders to the funeral with grief and sorrow. In this poem by adding the reality of life and emotional responses, the author of this poem evokes an emotional response.

What Forms a Good Poem

To evoke emotional responses in poetry a poet should add emotional responses like sadness, sorrow, grief, happiness, frustration, love, etc. All those emotions a person can have in his real life. Moreover, a good poem contains real-life emotional incidents like in both the poems above mentioned uses real-life emotional incidents. This is how poets of the above poems evoked emotional responses by adding feelings, imaginations, and emotional incidents and these few things make a poem beautiful.

FAQ about Poetry

What do Wilfred Owens poems reveal about his views on religion?
...As Dante's Inferno is based in hell, it shows that war is mostly founded by hell itself. "The old lie: Dulce et decorum est Pro patri mori. " This quote is from 'Dulce Et Decorum Est. ' It means, 'It is good and fitting to die for your country. ' Wil...
How well does Milton create the image of Hell
...During these few lines, Milton manages to create a great sense of atmosphere and also manages to describe to the reader in great detail, using interesting forms of imagery, exactly what kind of place hell is. He succeeds in creating a clear picture o...

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