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Poetry analysis is the process of investigating a poems form content and history in an informed way with the aim of heightening ones own and others understanding and appreciation of the workWikipediaorg With that being said poetry analysis and the poetic structure can be done for numerous reasons A student might want to analyze a poem in order to obtain a better understanding of what the author is trying to say all that the work has to offer or to gain a fuller more satisfying admiration for the poem Analyzing the poetic structure of Design can be compared to someone trying to understand an inside joke In order to understand an inside joke specific details must be present just as one needs critical terminology to better understand the poetic structure of a poem I will begin the poetic structure of Design with the rhyme scheme and identification of the form A sonnet is a form of a poem that originated in Europe mainly Italy the Sicilian poet Giacomo da Lentini is credited with its invention They commonly contain 14 lines The term sonnet derives from the Italian word sonetto meaning little sound By the thirteenth century it signified a poem of fourteen lines that follows a strict rhyme scheme and specific structure Wikipediaorg The sonnet in Design is composed of an octave eight-line unit and a sestet a six-line unit The octave is asking a question and the sestet is the answer to the question The layout of this poem is of an upbeat interesting curious feel When reading it aloud the reader would not think it is suppose to be of death considering the way Frost uses the difficult unfamiliar words Frost writes of death as a natural reoccurring part of life Also as quoted on Wikipedia a rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhymes between lines of a poem or a song
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