How to Read Poetry Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation DKE Author "That Guy" (Official Audio)Allen Wier Fiction Craft Lecture | Sewanee Writers' Conference 20 thoughts on “How to Read Poetry” Jabber walkie 😁 Reply bad raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap Reply boring students found it boring Reply your mum Reply Guess I’ll have to watch this video 3 times lol jk Reply Great information! Reply Thank you for your help with reading poetry. I can use this to build a general outline for literature analysis. Reply Lisa thanks..need more of ur lessons.badly need to learn British accent.Grandeur. Reply beautufil explanitiyon mam. thyank u fir yiur excellent help dude. JAI RAMA HANUMAN. Reply This is so terribly wrong! One reads a poem not to interpret it or to be instructed by it, but to enjoy it! Learning how a poem works can give pleasure, and discovering multiple interpretations can also be fun. Poetry is more like music to be enjoyed than a lecture to be understood. Reply I like your voice and how you seem to pick every word carefully. This gives me some perspective as a self taught learner of English. Poetry and Shakespearean plays are too difficult for me. Reply 5:30 Lit Terms Reply Excellent explanation Reply Gujarati poet Reply I love your voice Reply Great Reply This change my perspective on poetry. Thanks so much! Reply someone plzz can help me to explain the poem upon julias clothes? Reply I like the method. It really is sometimes frustrating to bring poetry to students. It's a political issue. Without poety society is more empty and individualistichttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1F-KfcoArPnF8TrO-Q4ekQ Reply it is bad Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.