Hi Everybody,
I've just started to study poetry this semester (well, i m a year 1 student...)
and I am doing my reading,
which is the poem "After great pain, a formal feeling comes" by Emily Dickinson
I have a few questions about it, please help me. Thanks a lot!!

Q1. Poems with stanzas of two lines are Couplet, three lines - Triplet, and how about this one??? Does it has a "name" just like the previous two?

Q2. Quite a lot of poems (at least for those I've just read) have common nouns starting with capital letters in the middle of the line,(e.g. He [line 3 of the 1st stanza] ) do these words have special meanings?

Thank you so much!!!

After great pain a formal feeling comes - Emily Dickinson

1 After great pain a formal feeling comes--
2 The nerves sit ceremonious like tombs;
3 The stiff Heart questions--was it He that bore?
4 And yesterday--or centuries before?
5 The feet, mechanical, go round
6 A wooden way
7 Of ground, or air, or ought,
8 Regardless grown,
9 A quartz contentment, like a stone.
10 This is the hour of lead
11 Remembered if outlived,
12 As freezing persons recollect the snow--
13 First chill, then stupor, then the letting go.

http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/cs6/formal.html
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Q1. Poems with stanzas of two lines are Couplet, three lines - Triplet, and how about this one??? Does it has a "name" just like the previous two?-- These are quatrains.

Q2. Quite a lot of poems (at least for those I've just read) have common nouns starting with capital letters in the middle of the line,(e.g. He [line 3 of the 1st stanza] ) do these words have special meanings?-- Sometimes.

The stiff Heart questions--was it He that bore?

'He' is capitalized because it refers to Jesus Christ; I think that 'Heart' is capitalized as a part of 19th century style: a formalization, here a way of indicating the spirit as well as the physical heart.
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Mister Micawber, thank you so much for help! Emotion: smile
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'He' is capitalized because it refers to Jesus Christ who has suffered a lot for the mankind. The capitalized 'Heart' refers to the intensity of the pain...