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Analysis of the Stylistic Features in Poetry by Marianne Moore Poetry is one of Marianne Moores most famous poems In it Moore starts out I too dislike it referring to poetry However this does not mean that Moore believed in practicing her poetry half-seriously She simply believed that in order to create great poetry one would enjoy reading the work spiritually and physically Moore has had several incarnations of the poem Poetry including one as short as four lines and one as long as thirty-eight lines The four-line version was so brief that it allowed for a misinterpretation However the longer version defines the poem with her famous phrase imaginary garden with real toads in them Moores poem Poetry is a concrete poem in which Moores describes how when poetry is to abstract it becomes self-destructive This is because the reader has to analyze the poem so much they lose the experience of reading and enjoying it Her poetry is vivid and gives the reader a sense of experiencing the topic with imagery usage especially when she describes the animals in Poetry Her contrast between having a poem being genuine and then another being raw makes the poem dramatic and appealing The majority of her poem talks about what makes a good poem This has to do with the poets imaginary ability when writing a poem Letting their imagination go but at the same time making it seem realistic Moores states her idea in a loose style The sentences are not choppy or right to the point rather they are long and descriptive Moores stanzas are broken up in the middle of sentences and Moores third stanza is part of a sentence that doesnt end till the following paragraph Moores poem Poetry is very unique because in it she is discussing what makes poetry good and what makes it dull She says that there is a lot of poetry but one discovers a
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