Written in Shakespearean verse form
, and with echoes of the Bard's great history plays (As Falstaff is to Prince Hal, Jess is to Harry), the play aspires to a sonorous grandeur that it never quite attains.
The song, which is an example of simple verse form
, eventually received an additional double-platinum certification from the RIAA in 1992, representing shipments of two million copies of the single.
But from 1963 onwards, he began to desert conventional verse form
and innovated with poem/prints, standing poems, and projects envisaging an architectural or landscape setting for a poetic text.
In the literary world, the New Formalist poets have justly argued that contemporary writers are similarly positioned to learn from the modernist experiments in free verse, which teach that not just anything can suffice for a verse form
The author of the Wisdom of Royal Glory Yusuf Khass Hajib wrote his book in verse form
, so he is primarily a great poet, and then the scholar and thinker," Osmonaliyev.
The relationship between form and content is a productive one, particularly in her war poems; verse form
allows Brooks to represent the soldiers' loss of identity in World War II and post-World War II American society.
Without the rhythmic support of varied line lengths and line breaks of verse form
, James Wright must be able to fully trust the few bare images to carry more weight, more burden of message, in the fiercely condensed paragraph.
Watson's methods for signifying the regulated verse form
in his translation also represent the incisiveness of his revisions; in an earlier-published translation of this poem, among other differences, sentences do not correspond with couplets, and line 5 ends "three months running," not yet parallel with "ten thousand in gold" in the following line.
These are not folk songs in any currently accepted sense, but they do have an important bearing on the presumed emergence of English folk song and balladry out of Middle English poetry, and in particular the carol, which here refers specifically to a verse form
comprising burden and stanza, commonly with a refrain.
The clue to understanding Rossetti's repetitive style, I believe, lies in her recurring interest in ritual and her embrace of a constraining verse form
Holmes' "'A Metre I Invented': Tolkien's Clues to Tempo in 'Errantry'" describes the verse form
used in the poem, a version of comic rhymes which appear in operas and which, as Tolkien's inspiration, Holmes points to a nursery rhyme.
When this concept was formulated, there were no second thoughts about Ranbir singing this song as it is almost in verse form
and any other sound wouldn't have worked.