by Tony Hernandez

What is Ode?

Ode is a form of poetry. Ascending in Greek Aeidein. which means sing or chant! In which the familiar song Ode to Joy you sing. In which Ode is used in romantic poems to show there emotions. These are usually meant to address a person, thing, or event. The creator of Ode is a great poet name Pindar. PIndaric Odes were performed with chorus and dancers.

How Ode is formed.

A classic Ode is structured with three big parts. The strophe, antistrophe, and epode. There's also different forms like homostrophic and irregular odes. This is elaborately structured and has sentimental value as it gives the power to describe things intellectually and emotionally.
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More about Ode

There's more versions of Odes. There's Horatian Odes which is an less formal, less ceremonious. An example is Ode to Confederate Dead.

Row after row with strict impunity The headstones yield their names to the element, The wind whirrs without recollection; In the riven troughs the splayed leaves Pile up, of nature the casual sacrament To the seasonal eternity of death; Then driven by the fierce scrutiny Of heaven to their election in the vast breath, They sough the rumour of mortality.