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Ode To The West Wind

Percy Bysshe Shelley

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Structure of "Ode to the West Wind"
Added by: Maddy Robb
Percy Bysshe Shelley's "Ode to the West Wind" is written in iambic pentameter. It contains five sonnet length stanzas, each with a closing couplet. The rhyming scheme form is aba bcb cdc ded ee. The tone is poignant. Many will agree that this poem is an invocation for an unseen force to take control and revive life.
Added by: safae
ode to the west wind is a wonderful poem in it shelly transform the wind into a metaphor for his own art.
Note on Structure
Added by: Sarah
the rhyme scheme is NOT iambic pentameter....it its a much more complicated scheme known as "terza rema"......a note for those who care (smiles)

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