Poetry and Comparative Analysis
Poetry is the combination of the best words in their order. This best order has a rhyming scheme, metrical order and imagination along with a combination of human willpower, ordinary language and sometimes a reflection of life as well as society. It should criticize and interpret human feelings and reform the lives of its readers. The vitality of these qualities should render immense aesthetic pleasure to readers.
Additionally, good poetry should have ordinary language means that the language used in the poetry must be as simple as it could be understood by the majority of people. There should be universality in the selection of words so that everyone can pick them the reader is more educated or less educated.
Furthermore, the language used in any kind of poetry must be in a specific order such that it can mark some sort of difference between simple words of general literary passage and poetry itself also. Under the umbrella of this concept, poetry can have rhyming order with its well-organized scheme and poetry may have metrical diction so that readers may observe and feels aesthetic pleasure. This metrical order and proper ordering of words help to memorize poetry in the normal context.
Functions of Poetry
Firstly, arising feelings and emotions among readers is an influential function of poetry, this quality leads poetry to the divine one. Some unique features of versification are the identification of such feelings that the reader could not felt before it. Moreover, the best function of poetry is to become the cause of reformation in society, especially its reader or lover. READ MORE…