A Divine Image Rhyme And Rythm Essay — страница 2

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repetition of the “f” sound remains while the image of the gorge is presented. Together with the “orge” sound in this last word and the word “forge”, an image of an enclosed and trapped fire, burning as hot as the one in a furnace is created. The human heart becomes the scorching gorge, like burning flesh, an undoubtedly powerful and impressive way of finishing the poem after the repetitiveness of the previous lines. In conclusion, the rhyme produced by the stress given to the words at regular intervals, the selection of these words according to their sounds and consequent effects and the absence of rhyme until the last line of the poem where a sudden and impressive ending is pictured are the essence of the poem, which would not be capable of transmitting the ideas of

the poet so clearly and accurately to the reader if absent, and are indeed the whole point of the poem.