Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt


Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt

The Poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt
This is a specific example of Wedding poetry and a wedding themed poem. This section provides a selection of different types of Wedding poetry and poem by a famous Poet. The Wedding poetry and poems have been selected to cover all aspect of this kind of poetry and poem. The following poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt from this famous poet can be used as an example of wedding poetry.
 

The poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt

Forget not yet the tried intent
Of such a truth as I have meant
My great travail so gladly spent
Forget not yet.

Forget not yet when first began
The weary life ye knew, since whan
The suit, the service, none tell can,
Forget not yet.

Forget not yet the great assays,
The cruel wrongs, the scornful ways,
The painful patience in denays
Forget not yet.

Forget not yet, forget not this,
How long ago hath been, and is,
The mind that never means amiss;
Forget not yet.

Forget not yet thine own approved,
The which so long hath thee so loved,
Whose steadfast faith yet never moved,
Forget not this.
 
 

 

The Poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt  - Example of Wedding Poetry
Poetry written with a wedding theme such as the poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt  is piece of literature written by the 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 Wedding poetry from wedding prose. Poems often make heavy use of imagery and word association to quickly convey emotions. A famous example of wedding poetry is the poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt . Did you know that an Epithalamium (or Epithalamion) is a wedding poem written in honour of a bride and bridegroom? Did you know that a Prothalamium (or Prothalamion) is a song or poem in honor of a bride and bridegroom before their wedding?

The Poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt  - Example of Structure of Wedding Poetry
The structure used in a wedding poem varies with different types of poetry and can be seen in the above example of the poem Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt . The structural elements might include the line, couplet, strophe and stanza. Poets and Wedding Poetry combine the use of language and a specific structure to create an imaginative and expressive poem such as Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt . The structure used in some Poetry types are also used when considering the visual effect of a finished poem.
 

Forget Not Yet by Thomas Wyatt

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