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  • Emily Dickson and Her Poems

  • Form of a PoemStanzaParagraph in a poemRhymeMandy rhymes with Candy; Big rhymes with fig, wig, Warm rhymes with storm, ; Rain rhymes withRhyme scheme: pattern of rhymes between lines of a poemBid me to weep, and I will weep AWhile I have eyes to see; BAnd having none, and yet I will keep AA heart to weep for thee. B

  • Form of a PoemRhythmrepetition of strong and weak sounds / _ _ / _ / _Hope is the thing with feathers _ / _ _ _ / That perches in the soul _ / _ / _ / _ /And sings the tune without the words, _ / _ / _ /And never stops at all.

  • Meaning of A Poemtone: inspiring, cynical, caring, encouraging, indifferent, sarcastic, optimistic, etc.themeimagery/ imagessymbol

  • Meaning of A PoemFigure of speechA. IronyHe is a GIANT at three feet four inches.Every student is DYING to take the exam.B. OverstatementHe runs faster than lightning. I have told you a thousand times.C. UnderstatementThat brand new car cost him only a few bucks.The scandal did draw a bit of attention.

  • D. metaphorLife is a journeyMy love to you is a red red rose.E. simileShe ran like the wind.He is as quick as lightning.F. PersonificationThe candle shed tears until the dawn.The moon hid behind clouds.G. paradoxDeep down he is really a shallow person.Build me a son, O Lord, who will be strong enough to know when he is weak.

  • Hope Is the Thing with FeathersHope is the thing with feathersThat perches in the soul,And sings the tune without the words, And never stops at all.

    And sweetest in the gale is heard;And sore must be the stormThat could abash the little birdThat kept so many warm.

    Ive heard it in the chilliest land, And on the strangest sea;Yet, never ,in extremity,It asked a crumb of me.

    Rhyme SchemeABCB

    DCDC

    EFFF

  • If I Can Stop One Heart from BreakingIf I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching,Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robinUnto his nest again,I shall not live in vain.ABABCBB

  • Im Nobody! Who Are You?Im nobody! Who are you?Are you nobody too?Then theres a pair of us? Dont tellTheyd advertise, you know!

    How dreary to be somebody!How public like a frog To tell ones name the livelong JuneTo an admiring bog!

    Rhyme SchemeAABC

    DEFE