Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson


Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson

The Poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson
This is a specific example of American poetry by one of this country's most famous poets. This section provides a selection of different types of American poetry including the poem by this famous American Poet. The American poetry and poems have been selected to cover all aspect of this kind of poetry and poem. The following American poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson from this famous poet can be used as a good example of American poetry.
 

The poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson
 

Kill your Balm and its Odors bless you
Bare your Jessamine to the storm
And she will fling her maddest perfume
Haply your Summer night to Charm

Stab the Bird that built in your bosom
Oh, could you catch her last Refrain
Bubble! "forgive" "Some better" Bubble!
"Carol for Him when I am gone"!

 

The Poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson - Example of American Poetry
Poetry written such as the poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson is piece of literature written by a American poet in meter or verse expressing various emotions which are expressed by the use of variety of techniques including metaphors, similes and onomatopoeia. The emphasis on the aesthetics of language and the use of techniques such as repetition, meter and rhyme are what are commonly used to distinguish American poetry from American prose. Poems often make heavy use of imagery and word association to quickly convey emotions. A famous example of American poetry is the poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson.

The Poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson - Example of Structure of American Poetry
The structure used in an American poem varies with different types of poetry and can be seen in the above example of the poem Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson. The structural elements might include the line, couplet, strophe and stanza. Poets and American Poetry combine the use of language and a specific structure to create an imaginative and expressive poem such as Kill your Balm by Emily Dickinson . The structure used in some Poetry types are also used when considering the visual effect of a finished poem.
 

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