Joan T. Suarez
What is POETRY….
Poetry is actually a patterned kind of verbal or perhaps written
manifestation of concepts in centered, imaginative, and
rhythmical conditions that often contain the elements of
feeling, sound, and structure. It can be considered the most ancient
literary contact form.
Poetry provides implied meaning/s which is/are evoked
inside the carefully selected words. It is usually considered as
one of the most difficult and many sophisticated of literally
genres. One of its specific characteristics is the fact it is
in brief written but it really suggests many connotation. Since
compared to additional literally forms, it is more musical.
Elements of Poetry
A. Sense with the Poem
1 ) Denotation vs . Connotation
DENOTATION - is the dictionary which means of
the term while MEANING is the advised or
intended meaning/s linked to the word
further than its book definition.
IMAGERY -- is the make use of sensory information
that charm to one or maybe more of the five senses:
view, hearing, feel, taste, and smell. They are
otherwise generally known as " feelings of head. ”
FIGURATIVE VOCABULARY is a language
used for detailed effect in order to
convey ideas or thoughts which are certainly not
literally true but conveys some truth
beyond the literal level.
FIGURES OF SPEECH
Happen to be specific devices or a sort of
figurative vocabulary that uses words,
terms, and phrases in a non-literal definition but , rather, gives meanings in abstractions
Types of Numbers of
Rappel is a reference point in a function of literature to
a personality, a place, or a situation coming from history,
literary works, the Bible, mythology, scientific event,
character, or place.
I picture myself as a result,
my personal fearless navigator, as you scribe:
Antonio Pigafetta annotating
the progress of our trip inside
the Trinidad, the sturdy galleon
of our newfangled love.
-Ralph Semino Galan, " You Name”
b. ANTHESIS is a screen of phrases or
It is virtually sea nevertheless dry such as a
That's forgotten compassion
-Mike Maniquiz, " lahar on My Mind”
c. BRUIT is a great address to an
inanimate target, an idea or a person
who is absent/long lifeless.
For what had been you prior to birth of
heart where had been you for the reason that deep and
-Leonides Benesa " Fragments: The
Desert of God
HYPERBOLE is usually an hyperbole
used to express strong feelings, to
please make sure, or to evoke humor.
This heat, I mutter
melting, melted ; melted, molten melt every bones
-Merlie M. Alunan, " Young Man within a
e. IRONY is known as a contrast or discrepancy
among appearance and reality.
Not is guy aware of unkind
flight of your time; for, believed it gives
it truly is dragging him near his grave.
-Juan sobre Atayde, " The Man”
f. LITOTES - is actually a deliberate whining
used to prove by negating its
Even in the plain dress,
I find him not at all displeasing.
g. METAPHOR - implies comparison
instead of a direct affirmation and that
equates two apparently unlike things or
Forgive these kinds of words that love impart
And pleading, bare the poet's breast;
Of course, if a increased which thorns thou skill,
But on my breast that rose my relax.
-Fernando Maramag, " Rural Maid”
h. METONOMY - may be the use of one particular word to
stand for a related term or replacement of
word that relates to the one thing or person to
end up being named pertaining to the identity itself.
To express that the crown will have a great heir
Is usually to assume a new life, a fresh beginning
(the crown substitutes for the term majesty,
full, queen, as well as the like)
i. ONOMATOPOEIA - may be the use of
word/phrase that actually imitates or
suggests the sound of what it
And early night, like croaking
of the frogs, evoking storage lost.
-Ralph Semino Galan " Cartanella”
m. OXYMORON - is piecing together two
opposing ideas in one statement.
It really is futile to ask for guidance or
through this unmappable panorama, the
history and scene of our ending
-Francis M. Santos, " Strum and...