threne

threne

(θriːn)
n
(Poetry) another word for threnody
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Des formes generales de la musique qui sont destines a des funerailles incluent le chant, l'elegie, Doina, Endecha, Kommos, basse de lamentation, et threne.
Le threne de l'informe revolte dessine son arabesque dans l'azur.
En depit de ses airs de threne et de son ton funebre, << Latibonit o !
You will recall that the poem concerns the mutual immolation of two avian lovers of different species--somewhat against type, a male turtle and female phoenix--presented through the summoning of select birds to a "requiem" that comprises an "anthem" describing their passion and a "threne" composed in their memory by Reason, "in itself confounded" by their strange love.
That he had a punning wit about the source of the vocabulary is suggested by the triple rhyming of the concluding tercets designated as a "Threne." (13)
Michel Deguy's A ce qui n'en finit pas is a very special book, a long threne or threnody memorializing and honoring, with frankness and emotion, clear-eyedness and yet great tenderness, the life and passing of the poet's wife.
Mais chez ses meilleurs representants, la poesie inetree, tout en restant fidele au metre et a la rime, a renouvele ses sujets (aghrad) au dela de la liste traditionnelle (elegie, threne, eloge, etc.), modernise son lexique, etc.
Mais chez ses meilleurs representants, la poesie metree, tout en restant fidele au metre et a la rime, a renouvele ses sujets (aghrad) au dela de la liste traditionnelle (elegie, threne, eloge, etc.), modernise son lexique, etc.
The threne thus constructed remains unpaginated, hence dis-ordered, more rawly sung, though its rawness reaches pitches of great emotion and exquisite cascading meditation that, in effect, shower down upon the woman and wife Deguy loved, through all their jarrings and misfittings, that fullness of caress and honoring the book ultimately generates.