Anthology of Poems

By: Jacob Murillo

Tranquility

Haiku

I lay there Asleep

I have achieved total Peace

My soul can now be Free

6-Word

The waves are Peaceful from below

Orginal Poem

I’ve been overcome with Tranquility

My soul has finally been filled with Peace

I have been freed of Sensibility

My only wish is to give you a Piece

In my life I have never been this Calm

I feel like my body is in repose

My body could be lifted with a Palm

It’s like listening to Mozart compose

Almost like I am drifting through a Void

I have achieved total Serenity

How could I have not been this Overjoyed

Soon my soul will be in Infinity

In this bed I will take my final Breath

There will be tranquility in my Death

Analysis of Robert Frost

In some of the poems that Robert Frost wrote he would use iambic pentameter and descriptive diction.

In the poem “Mending Wall” by Robert Frost he uses iambic pentameter. Iambic pentameter is a line with five metrical feet or a line with ten syllables. For example in the “Mending Wall” each line has ten syllables, which can be seen in the first line, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”, of the “Mending wall”.

Descriptive diction can be seen in another poem of Robert Frost. In “The Road Not Taken” Robert Frost uses descriptive diction in describing the two different roads that fork in a road. He describes one of the roads as “it was grassy and wanted wear” and “In leaves no step had trodden black”

Robert Frost used iambic pentameters, which are lines with ten syllables, in the “Mending Wall”. He also used descriptive diction in “The Road Less

Black Out Poem

Peace- By George Herbett
Big image

Sweet Peace I humbly crave

I sought

Peace

I

thought

of Peace

I immediately

spy

for

Peace

I dig

for Peace

I

plant and set

Peace

In my garden grows

Peace

Citations

Greenberg, Arielle. "The Road Not Taken." Poetry Foundation. Poetry Foundation. Web. 20 Mar. 2016. <http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/173536>.

Greenberg, Arielle. "Mending Wall." Poetry Foundation. Poetry Foundation. Web.20 Mar.2016. <http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/173530>.

Herbert, George. "Peace Poems - Poems For Peace - Peace - Poem Hunter." Poemhunter.com. Poem Hunter . Web . 20 Mar . 2016 . <http://poemhunter.com/poems/peace/page-1/28539/>.