Can You Explain The Pattern Of Poem?


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Art, ultimately, is organization. It is a searching after order, after form. Many consider the primal artistic act to have been God's creation of the universe out of chaos, shaping the formless into form. Every artist since, on a lesser scale, has sought to imitate that act to reduce the chaotic in experience to a meaningful and pleasing order by means of selection and arrangement.

A well constructed poem contains neither too little, nor too much; every part of the poem belongs where it is and could be paced nowhere else; any interchanging of two stanzas, two lines or even tow words, would, to some extent, damage the poem and make it less effective. The internal ordering of material the arrangement of ideas, images, and thoughts is called the poem's structure. In general, a poem may be cast in one of the three broad kinds of form:
A Continuous Form
A Stanzaic Form
A Fix Form

A Continuous Form: In continuous form, the element of design is slight. The lines follow each other without formal grouping/ the breaks are dictated by units of meaning, as paragraphs are in prose. Poems in this form may have neither regular meter nor rhyme; they may be3 regular in both meter and length of line, though not according to any fixed pattern.

A Stanzaic Form: In Stanzaic form, the poet writes in a series of stanzas, that is, repeated units having the same number of lines, usually the same metrical pattern, and often an identical rhyme scheme. The traditional stanza patter narrate many.
A Fixed Form: A fixed form is a traditional pattern applies to a whole poem. In English poetry, though most of the fixed forms have been experimented with.

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