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Lady from Cork
ENG125 Introduction to Literature

Lady from Cork What is poetry you may ask? What type of poetry do you like you may also ask? Depending on whom you ask you will get a different response. Haiku, Free Verse, Lyric or The Limerick are some of the response you may get. If you are not a poet, it could be really hard to understand the different types of poetry. Writing it could be really hard for you, or even reading the poem silently or aloud could sometimes be confusing. You do not know where to pause or stop because sometimes there is no period or commas telling where the pause break is. But with the Limerick form of poetry, this could be a stepping stone to understand different types of poetry. If you say poetry could be hard to understand, I will most definitely agree with you. One form of poetry that could be easily to read and understand is The Limerick. The Limerick is another form of narrative poetry, a jingle usually created with humorous intent. (Clugston, 2010). In the poem Lady from Cork by an Anonymous poet, this poem is easily to read and understand. It has end-line words that rhyme and they are sweet and to the point. You don’t have to dig or search for clues; this is why I like this form of poetry. A symbol of poetry is another form or element of literature. Symbols are used extensively in poetry because they are images that convey emotions and traditional knowledge clearly and forcefully (Clugston, 2010). The Lady from Cork uses a personification. According to Chapter 10.4 personification is a figure of speech formed when qualities normally associated with a person are attribute to abstract things (Clugston, 2010). The Anonymous poet begins speaking where the lady is from, which is Cork and the ability to be a chubby women whose diet consist of pork and seldom will put her fork down. The entire poem I captured my attention…...

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