Alphabetically arranged entries explain the devices, techniques, history, theory, and terminology of poetry from the Classical period to the present.melopoetics 210 Ezra Pound (ABC of Reading, 1934) to indicate the musical or sound qualities of a poem. ... his imperial throne; His valiant peers were placed around; Their brows with roses and with myrtles bound: (So should desert in arms be crowned). ... /mesa#39;ostik/ (from Greek for aquot;middleaquot; plus aquot;line of verseaquot;) a form of Acrostic poem in which the middle letters in the lines of verse, read vertically, formanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dictionary of Poetic Terms|
|Author||:||Jack Elliott Myers, Don C. Wukasch|
|Publisher||:||University of North Texas Press - 2003|