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Transcript of lyrical poems
of the poet. The term lyric is now
commonly reffered to as the words to
a song. Lyrical poems do not portray
characters and actions. They address
the reader directly, portraying his
or her own feelings, state of mind,
and preceptions. types-of-poetry.org.UK/31-lyric-poetry.htm Famous Examples The Lockless Door
By:Robert Frost It went many years,
But at last came a knock,
and I thought of the door
with no lock to lock.
I blew out the light
I tip-toed to the floor
and raised both hands
In prayer to the door.
But the knock came again,
my window was wide;
I climbed on the sill
and descended outside.
Back over the sill
I made a "Come in"
To whatever the knock
at the door may have been
So at a knock
I emptied my cage
To hide in the wood
and alter with age www.famouspoetsandpoems.com 1. 2. 3. 4. A Great Example Why Is It Important? History My Pretty Rose Tree
By:William Blake A Flower was offered to me,
Such a flower as May never bore,
But I said "I've a pretty rose tree,"
And I passed the sweet flower over.
Then I went to my pretty rose tree,
To tender her by day and by night;
But my rose frowned away with jealousy,
And her thorns were my only delight. www.types-of-poetry.org.ok Fire And Ice
By:Robert Frost Some say the world will end in fire,
some say in ice,
from what I've tasted of desire,
I hold those who favor fire
but I have perish twice,
I think I know enough to hate
to say thay for destruction
is also great
and would suffice. Dying
By:Emily Dickinson I heard a fly buzz when I died;
The stillness round me form
Was like the stillness in the air
Between the heaves of storm.
The eyes beside had rung them dry,
And breaths were gathering sure
For the last onset, when the king
Be witnessed in his power.
I willed my Keepsakes, signed away
What portion of me I
could make assignable,-and then There interposed a fly,
With blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz,
Between the light and me;
And then the windows failed, and then
I could not see to see. http://www.types-of-poetry.org.uk/dying.htm A Fairy Song
By:Shakespeare Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
over park, over pale, thorough flood, thorough fire!
I do wonder everywhere, swifter than the moon's sphere;
And I serve the Fairy Queen,
To dew her orbs upon the green;
The cowslips tall her pensioners be;
In their gold coats spots you see;
Those be rubies, fairy favours;
In those freckles live their savours;
I must go seek some dewdrops here,
And hang a pearl in every cowslip's ear.
The most popluar poets most associated with nineteenth-century American writing are Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman.
It existed in Greece a long time ago.
in ancient greece, lyrical poems used to be sang.
Lyric poetry was popular with the German reading public between 1830 and 1890
in greece most of the poems included greek gods, such as Aphrodite and Eros.
a lot of lyrical poetry is based on mythical creatures, like Fairys.
lyrical poetry was more easily remembered and passed on from generation to generation in ancient times
around 500 B.C., stories, fables and myths were often passed on to people, but it was said in lyrical poetry form. enotes.com/american-history-literature-cc/lyric-poetry
www.poemhunter.com/poem/a-fairy-song/ Three Songs
By: Shakespeare 5. Come unto these yellow sands,
And then take hands:
Court'sied when you have, and kiss'd,--
The wild waves whist--
Foot it featly here and there;
And, sweet sprites, the burthen bear.
The watch-dogs bark:
Hark, hark! I hear
The strain of strutting chanticleer
Cry, Cock-a-diddle-dow! famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/william_shakespeare/poems/1709 www.types-of-poetry.org Lyrical poems express personal and emotional feelings.
Lyrical poems do not have to rhyme.
Lyrical poems originated in the 10th century.
Lyrical poems have meters which are the number of syllables.
The lyric meters adapted from the greeks to the latins.
For ancient greeks lyrical poetry had a precise technical meaning.
The lyrical poems in the 17th century were short and rarely told a story.
Lyrical poems deal with relationships and the domestic life.
In ancient times lyrical poetry was ment to be played to the lyre.
Lyrical poems do not have to have a set beat.
In acient times lyrical poems were sung by a choir and an instrument was played
Romans often wrote shoter lyrical poems.
In the thrid century lyrical poems were strictly spoken not sung.
Lyrical poems in european literature in medevil times or the renaissance period meant that a lyrical poem was written to a set of music.
Lyrical poems have ghazal which is a poetic form consisting of coupletes that share a rhyme. Poetry is important because it expresses things in a deeper
more meaningful way. Poetry tells stories without just coming
and saying it. It leaves you the chance to try and figure out or
innterput what they mean.
Lyrical poems are important to us because they express the poets state of mind, their preceptions, and their feelings. They can also be about anything that stirs emotions. Also writing lyrical poems can help the author get out any anger, frustration, confustion, or any other emotion.
Our poem Dying by:Emily Dickinson, is important because it shows her frustration with god as she or who ever is dying. It shows her wanting help but not getting it. Finally it shows her wanting happinies and a second chance. By:Emma, Kallie, Zeina, and Lana