Clerihew Poem Type (Simply Explained & Examples)

Clerihew Poem Type

Clerihews are a quatrain poem form invented by English poet Edmund Clerihew Bentley in 1905 in the collection Biography for Beginners. They utilize a simple AABB rhyme scheme to present famous or historical figures in mundane, anachronistic, or absurd situations.

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Abstract Poem Type (Simply Explained & Examples)

Abstract Poem Type

Abstract poetry or sound poetry relies entirely on the aural quality of the poems produced, often to the complete or partial exclusion of meaning and/or narrative. Abstract poems were first popularized as an idea by Edith Sitwell, though the concept of sound has always been entwined with poetry to some extent.

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