Seasons Are Poetic

Seasons are a beautiful form of poetry. They start from spring and move towards winter and back again.* This movement of seasons from one point to another demonstrates stasis which is defined as going around in a circle. Each season comes with its own significant pattern. For instance, summer is characteristic of warm weather, autumn is associated with rain and wind, and winter comes with a lot of cold weather and snow in some places. There is also a difference in the length of nights and days during each season. The hours of daylight change. The seasons are all repetitive with each one of them repeating its pattern every year. They all have their own beauty which is displayed differently across cultures depending on the geography of the regions. Poetry is also displayed in various forms across cultures with different languages. The speaker of this season poetry is the earth which controls the movement of seasons. The quality of the seasons reveals a lot about the health of the earth. The present irregularity is a symbol of global warming that is having a strong impact on the planet. The seasons are a manifestation of earth’s intense feelings. The intensity of sunlight is the space that marks a shift from one season to the next. Seasons are just so poetic.

*Does winter come first or summer? I do not have any answer to this question.

Globalization Mirrors Modern Poetry

Modern poetry is a representation of freedom. It does not follow any strict rules and it can take any form and direction. It demonstrates “stasis” which symbolizes going around in a circle. Globalization mirrors this description of modern poetry. In simple words, globalization is defined as the movement of ideas, people, technology, borders, goods, and services from one place to another. It has made the world more unpredictable and smaller. Similarly, it is not easy to understand and follow the pattern of modern poetry. It is quite unpredictable as well. Globalization is often followed by democratization and liberation of the societies. This form is reflected in the context and also the content of modern poems. Both globalization and modern poetry represent freedom which is largely symbolic of United States of America. Also the idea of modern poetry and globalization first emerged in the USA. Both these forms also represent gender equality in the contemporary world. Globalization goes around in a circle and a large portion of modern poems also does the same. This analogy is definitely imperfect and somewhat nonsensical but it does relate to poetry in some way or another.