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“Piano”

In a lyric poetry “Piano” by D.H. Lawrence, the author recalls his childhood’s memories while listening to a woman sings and plays piano. He remembers he was sitting under the piano while his mother played the piano, sang, and smiled. Now, the author is an adult. His memories make him feel sad. He also feels angry at the person who is singing and playing piano for making him remember his past. At the end, he “weep like a child for the past” (428) because he cannot go back to the past; he is now a man.

“My Last Duchess”

In a dramatic poetry “My last Duchess” by Robert Browning, the Duke is talking to someone about his past wife’s painting. The Duchess died suspiciously and the Duke is looking for a new wife. He wants to make her look like she was cheating on him and was unfaithful to him because he could not control her smile and love when she was still alive. He seems to be jealous. He feels that the painter accurately captured the smile and the vivacity of the Duchess. Now that the Duke owns this painting and has placed it behind a curtain, he can at last control who is graced with her smile.

“Sir Patrick Spence”
In a narrative poetry “Sir Patrick Spence” by anonymous, the poetry is very difficult to read. The poetry sounds like a very interesting story about a knight sailing to far away land to escort the king’s daughter home. In the poetry, Sir Patrick shows royalty and courage to the king. Although he knows it is a dangerous time of year for sailing, yet he still obeys the order. Furthermore, he defends the Scottish king against lords’ complaints that Scots are a financial burden to the Norwegian.
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“Piano”

In a lyric poetry called “Piano” by D.H. Lawrence, the author recalls his childhood’s memories while listening to a woman sings and plays the piano. He remembers he was sitting under the piano while his mother played the piano it , sang and smiled. Now, the author is an adult. His memories make him feel sad. He also feels angry at the person who is singing and playing the piano for making him remember his past. At the end, he “weep like a child for the past” (428) because he cannot go back to the past; he is now a man.

“My Last Duchess”

In a dramatic poetry “My last Duchess” by Robert Browning, the Duke is talking to someone about his past wife’s painting. The Duchess died suspiciously and the Duke is looking for a new wife. He wants to make her it look like she was cheating on him and was unfaithful to him because he could not control her smile and love when she was still alive. He seems to be jealous. He feels that the painter accurately captured the smile and the vivacity of the Duchess. Now that the Duke owns this painting and has placed it behind a curtain, he can at last control who is graced with her smile.

“Sir Patrick Spence”
In a narrative poetry “Sir Patrick Spence” by an anonymous author , the poetry is very difficult to read. The poetry It sounds like a very interesting story about a knight sailing to a far away land to escort the king’s daughter home. In the poetry story, Sir Patrick shows royalty loyalty and courage to the king. Although he knows it is a dangerous time of the year for sailing, yet he still obeys the order. Furthermore, he defends the Scottish king against the lords’ complaints that The Scots are a financial burden to the Norwegian.

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