Learning Goal: I’m working on a poetry question and need an explanation and answ

Learning Goal: I’m working on a poetry question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.In this assignment, inspired by Dr. Sean McDowell’s “Donne’s Hymns as Invitations to Write,” you will create your own poem based on a “scaffold” or framework provided by a poem by the seventeenth-century poet, John Donne. Your poem does not need to display a grasp of meter or to rhyme (though you can choose to play with these elements as you develop your poem!). Instead, you will base your poem on the rhetorical moves made by the original poem. It is very important that once you have chosen your poetic scaffold you ignore the original poem so it won’t hamper your ability to see all the creative possibilities open to you.You may use the scaffold I have provided below or one of Dr. McDowell’s scaffolds here: Donne’s Hymns as Invitations to Write Handout.pdf Download Donne’s Hymns as Invitations to Write Handout.pdf If you feel inspired by Herbert’s shape poems, you may also try your hand at a shape poem. (In this case, your reflection will consider how the process made you think differently about Herbert’s poetry.)Your poem should go through more than one draft, and you may want to freewrite about possible images, topics, or concepts before you begin to draft based on the scaffold. You may find yourself moving away from some elements of the scaffold a little bit, and that is ok if it becomes necessary for the integrity of your poem.When your poem is in a relatively polished state that you’re reasonably happy with, you will look back at the original poem and compare your poem to Donne’s. Then, you will write a 1.5-2 page (MLA-formatted, double-spaced 12pt Times New Roman) reflection in which you do the following:Address briefly what the process of working on the poem was like for you. How did you approach the project, what were your challenges and breakthroughs, enjoyments and frustrations? (minimum 200 words)
Identify how you think your poem relates to or is in conversation with the original poem despite the fact that you were not looking at the original when you were working with the scaffold to create your own poem. Does anything surprise or intrigue you about what the two poems have to say to each other? (minimum 150 words)
Reflect on what you feel you have learned about renaissance poetry in particular or poetry in general by completing this exercise. How have your ideas about poetry changed? Are there ideas from our course material on renaissance/early modern poetry that you feel apply in an interesting way to your poem and/or this project? Are there ways in which you felt that following a scaffold based on Donne helped you to understand or think about his poetry differently? If you wrote a shape poem instead of following one of Donne’s scaffolds, how did the process make you think differently about the relationship between form and meaning? (minimum 150 words)
This assignment is due on Tuesday, Oct. 5 by 1:59 pm as a submission to Canvas. You are very welcome to seek out my advice as you work on your reflection.You may use either of the poem scaffolds suggested by McDowell in his handout, or you may use the option I’ve created below based on Donne’s “The Sun Rising.

The prompt for this paper is ““I believe that good is that which does good to th

The prompt for this paper is ““I believe that good is that which does good to the most, and that by which the most are contented.”
— Machiavelli For Machiavelli,
the goal of satisfying one’s desires seems to be of paramount importance, regardless of the tactics one employs to realize them. Hence, the need to know the “tricks of the world”. Similarly, Castiglione praises discretion as being among the most prized qualities that a courtier could possess. We see a similar ethic deployed in the “Deceived.” Discuss. What happens to love and justice in such a “Machiavellian” world? What happens to the truth? Or do such questions even matter—for if we get what we
want, who cares?” Throughout this paper you need to stay close to the text and analyze the text. I’ll be sharing two texts with you and you just need to explain. Somethings to ask yourself is purdance the same thing as descretion? is it the same as self knowledge? What’s dissumlation? How do we disculate? Those are just somethings to keep in mind. Ill be sharing Maciavelli, and Castiglione, and another text called deceived. Just mainly he says stays close to the text. Also, this is a 5 page paper so you just need to start it no need for a conclusion just an introduction thesis and body paragraphs. Also, this is an argumantive paper and make sure to add quotes to back up all claims that you make. Also please let me know what you are arguing so I can be aware when finishing the paper. Can you also add page numbers for the quotes; and no outside sources. If you finish this soon that would be great. Thank you!

Please create a poem about a long distance relationship. Positive poem about abo

Please create a poem about a long distance relationship. Positive poem about about overcoming the distances and two lovers sharing the future together. Something about getting feelings across as well. If you can, please refer to words like sun, moon, waves, stars, and obviously distance. Overall just a long distance love poem with deep meaning and vivid imagery. The poem does not have to be a whole page either. Just whatever feeling right with the long distance storyline. It would also help if the point of view was from the girlfriend in the relationship. If you have any questions, please ask me! Thank you!

Please create a poem about a long distance relationship. Positive poem about abo

Please create a poem about a long distance relationship. Positive poem about about overcoming the distances and two lovers sharing the future together. Something about getting feelings across as well. If you can, please refer to words like sun, moon, waves, stars, and obviously distance. Overall just a long distance love poem with deep meaning and vivid imagery. The poem does not have to be a whole page either. Just whatever feeling right with the long distance storyline. It would also help if the point of view was from the girlfriend in the relationship. If you have any questions, please ask me! Thank you!

Demonstrate your knowledge on citing poetry and plays (in-text citations). Respo

Demonstrate your knowledge on citing poetry and plays (in-text citations). Respond to the following questions:
What are the some things you need to do for an in-text citation for poetry that you don’t have to do for novels?
How is citing verse plays different than citing novels?
When citing a work in an anthology, should you cite the author or editor?
Below are the first five lines of Elena Georgiou’s poem, “In Case of Emergency.” Choose any one line and create an in-text citation for it.
“In Case of Emergency”
As I fly
you track my flight
follow online circles that show
me soaring above JFK
until the fuel runs low