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  • POETRY TECNIQUES
    • Beginnings of poems
      • Set the scene
        • Nettles
      • Set the tone
        • Sister Maude
        • Born Yesterday
        • In Paris with You
    • Poetic Devices
      • Enjambment
        • To His Coy Mistress
        • Hour
      • Layout
        • Quickdraw
        • PSFMM
      • Repetition
        • The Manhunt
    • Forms of poetry
      • Strict pattern
        • Ghazal
      • Rules about content
        • Sonnet 116
      • Less strict pattern
        • Quickdraw
        • Harmonium
    • Couplets and last lines
      • Sum up a poem
        • Sonnet 116
        • PSFMM
      • Surprising
        • The Farmer's Bride
        • Brothers
    • Rhyme and Rhythm
      • Add force to the poet's maessage
        • Ghazal
        • Born Yesterday
      • Stand out
        • Sister Maude
        • PSFMM
        • The Farmer's Bride
    • Use of First Person
      • Personal feelings
        • The Manhunt
        • Hour
      • Add impact to the poem
        • Brothers
        • Ghazal
        • In Paris with You
    • Imagery
      • Time to imagery
        • Sonnet 116
        • To His Coy Mistress
      • Natural imagery
        • Ghazal
        • Nettles
        • PSFMM
        • The Farmer's Bride
    • Unusual Vocabulary
      • Look again
        • Quickdraw
        • Harmonium
      • Describe characters
        • The Farmer's Bride
        • PSFMM
    • Irony and Sarcasm
      • Express painful memories
        • Nettles
        • Brothers
      • Make a point
        • To His Coy Mistress
        • Born Yesterday
    • Mood
      • Unhappy
        • The Farmer's Bride
        • Harmonium
      • Different ways of showing moods
        • In Paris with You
        • Sonnet 43

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