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  • What does poetry mean?
  • Poetry is a type of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities such as phonetic aesthetics or voice symbolism and measure to add meaning to plain words or to substitute meaning.

 

  • Poetry has a long-standing tradition that goes back to the Sumerian Epic of Glory. The first poems have emerged from the folk songs, as in Chinese, or from the need for re-spoken narratives of Sanskrit Vedas, the Gators of Zoroastrianism and Homer’s Iliad or Odyssei.

 

  • For the definition of poetry, the works of the antiquity focus on the use of rhetoric, drama, song and comedy as it is in Aristotle’s Poetry. His later work concentrated on features such as repetition, verse form and rhyme, and emphasized the aesthetic theme that distinguishes poetry from its informative, plain writing forms. From the middle of the twentieth century, poetry became more prominent as the basic creative force that directs the language.
  • They use forms and associations to bring different interpretations of poetry words or to create emotional reactions that originate from them.

 

  • Tools such as asonans, alliteration, reflection and rhythm are sometimes used to create a musical or arpagetic effect. The ambiguity of the language of poetry, symbolism, irony and other styles make poetry suitable for different interpretations. Similarly, the elements of metaphor, metaphor, and metaphor-mural set up a relationship that involves a layer of meaning among different images that have not been perceived before. Similar affinities can be established between poetry words in rhythm and rhythm.

 

  • Some forms of poetry are an answer to the nature of the language the poet writes and are specific to the culture and genre that he belongs to. Readers who are accustomed to reading poetry written by Dante, Goethe, Mickiewicz and Mevlana may think that poetry is always written in rhyme and measure, but there are also poetry traditions which aim to create rhythm and sound aesthetics as in some sacred texts.

 

  • The majority of modern poetry is based on criticism of the tradition of poetry; when I do this; In addition to many elements, we play with the principles of sound aesthetics and sometimes do it in rhyme and rhythm. In today’s globalizing world, poets are increasingly adapting their forms, styles and techniques from different cultures and tongues.

 

  • Poetic diction treats the manner in which language is used, and refers not only to the sound but also to the underlying meaning and its interaction with sound and form. Many languages and poetic forms have very specific poetic dictions, to the point where distinct grammars and dialects are used specifically for poetry. Registers in poetry can range from strict employment of ordinary speech patterns, as favoured in much late-20th-century prosody, through to highly ornate uses of language, as in medieval and Renaissance poetry.

 

 

  • Poetry Forms
  • Sonnet
  • Shi
  • Villanelle
  • Tanka
  • Ode
  • Ghazal

 

  • Poetry Genres
  • Narrative poetry
  • Epic poetry
  • Dramatic poetry
  • Satirical poetry
  • Light poetry
  • Lyric poetry
  • Elegy
  • Verse fable
  • Prose poetry
  • Speculative poetry
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