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POETRY

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Transcript of POETRY

NARRATIVE POETRY
FOLK SONG
SONNET
ELEGY
PSALMS
AWIT
CORRIDOS
E P I C
METRICAL TALE
BALLAD
COMEDY
MELODRAMA
TRAGEDY
FARCE
SOCIAL POEMS
P O E T R Y
ODE
LYRIC POETRY
DRAMATIC POETRY
- Describes significant events of life either
real or imaginary.
- heroic exploits, supernatural control,
heroes and gods.
TWO KINDS of Epic
1. Popular/Ancient
- Anonymous.
2. Literary/Modern
- has definite author.
Ex. THE HARVEST OF ALIGUYON
- written in verse.
- classified as ballad or romance.
- idylls, home tales, love tales, etc.
Ex. BAYANI NG BUKID (HERO OF THE FIELDS)
- shortest/simplest.
- single incident.
- war ballads, love ballads, and
sea ballads.
LIBRARY
- short and simple, easy to understand.
- expresses emotions and feelings of the poet.
- short poems intended to be sung.
- THEME : love, despair, grief, etc.
Ex. CHIT - CHIRIT - CHIT
- 14 lines.
- THEME : emotion, feeling,
or idea.
Ex. SANTANG BUDS
- expresses grief or melancholy.
- THEME : death.
Ex. THE LOVER'S DEATH
- no definite number of syllables or
definite number of lines in a stanza.
- noble feeling expressed with dignity.
- containing philosophy of life.
- songs of praises to GOD.
- DODECASYLLABIC (12 syllables).
- slowly sung with guitar or banduria.
Ex. FLORANTE AND LAURA.
- OCTOSYLLABIC ( 8 syllables ).
- recited to a martial beat.
Ex. IBONG ADARNA
THE WHITE HOUSE
- a verse or verses which are written to be spoken.
- Greek term " komos "
means festivity or revelry.

- amusing, usually ended happily.
- musical plays and opera.
- related to tragedy.
- THEME : sad
- hero struggling mightily.
- defeated hero.
- exaggerated.
- ridiculous to be true.
- undignified and absurd.
- pictures life of today.
- comic / tragic.
MUSEUM
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO TAGUM COLLEGE.
Arellano Street, Tagum City.
GROUP TWO
PREPARED BY JOVERT P. GALVEZO
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