Poetry is a work of art that uses different interpretations, or is intended also to evoke emotions among the people; poetry employs various devices such as rhythm, alliteration, and assonance. Poetry can have wider meanings and uses stylistic devices as well to have a wider range of interpretation.
Ginsberg is a poet who has written several poets in America, he enjoys a greater culture during the world war 11; his earlier life was marked by her mother psychological troubles such as a series of breakdown in her nervous. He had various issues in college because he had stored stolen goods, he plead instantly and was taken to a mental institution for rehab. In his poem titled “cosmopolitan greetings”. The poem narrates the consciousness of the atmosphere in the political, economical, and political spheres of the US, the poem regards the freedom of speech ‘say only what we know and imagine ‘the need to embrace change as change is inevitable. The poem insists on individual self thought that for one to stay longer and become useful he or she is advised not to be an avid drinker. the poet had the concept of explaining the society happening that a times there are tend to oppose the government and calls for the change in perception and for absolute coercion , further explained that if external perception is included in ones thoughts there is a wider range of making amicable decisions, ‘ordinary minds includes external perceptions.’
The poem offers great hope for America since there is the engagement of the government, the individual freedom to organize his or her thoughts in the aspect of deciding what to write, this poem in particular does show witness of a sense of the future, the American poetry actually gives that sense of hope to the future for example the poet stated that it costs US nothing in terms of freedom, ‘freedom costs little in the U.S’. The poem gives individuals a chance to think for themselves vividly, critically self-thought regards someone in a conducive environment to make sound solutions and decisions.
The world is the world is subjective person was celebrated by Walt Whiteman, the reality that we are our own measuring instruments. inside skull is considered better than the outside skull simply because of the thoughts that goes on in the mind, ‘first thought , best thought’ this is absolutely holding since the it is the mind that coordinates and organizes the thoughts in the mind to allow for building hope for the future. When we tend to have a lot of information and lesser syllables we tend to be more knowledgeable and be more confident since the habit of being informed one makes sound decisions and thoughts are much more organized than before, this shows the essence of the hope existing in poetry explanations. .
The poet, Ginsberg as an American poet put consideration to the fact that it puts hope in the future. Since the work of poetry often tend to have an internal meaning that needs to be analyzed and explained. Most of the poems are encouraging and puts much importance on the future. They also highlight the areas that are crucial in one’s life. The concept of self thought has been emphasized by the poet as a sense of emphasizing self thought an the relation with the surrounding that one lives in. the poem explains the article used in explaining the uses of spoken idioms, consonants and rolling with vowels which depicts the wide variety of use of language . Hope is witness by those also who can measure their own vision,’ others can measure their vision by what we see.
Kim Addonizio, she is a renown writer of poems, she was born in Washington DC were she had studied and received her B.A and M.A. She is the author of many books her perception is depicted in the poems she writes. She received honors awards from the national endowment. The poet is ‘ the poem of the new year ‘The poet that she wrote explaining the poet about the new year anticipation the poet is basically about a new transition to the new year , she vividly remembers the previous year happenings ,that she compares the firecrackers ‘ a few guns went off amid the firecrackers’ it was a sign that a new begging was beckoning for a new change, this would explain further the essence of the American poets being deterministic in the showing the sign of hope for the future , ‘surely a sign that something new was entering the world’ . the phobia of the poet on the sound of guns that she thought were like those she watched used in a documentary on TV. She narrates the partying that she opted not to attend since many things happen in the scene, kissing of strangers, getting drunk among others.
The new begging is seen since he previous events for example she used to slam the door when the storm becomes ranging, in fright. The window used to rattle this actually explains the essence of luck of pace in the previous year hence the author is hopeful and anticipants the New Year with greater optimism and positivism.
At the onset of the poem the writer is not much expectant on the new year’s coming ,rather he sees it as holding and previous events are still happening ‘so far it is suspiciously similar to the old year .’. When the author looks in the mirror she looks worn and fresh bed wrappings still on her face this entails the author’s non-positivism ion the flow of events. This could be explained deeply on the individual’s kind of life, as people would normally do, they make New Year’s resolutions, as for the writer she needs to be optimistic to ensure that she does not hold back and accept changes. The American poet is a subject on the explanation of the hope for the future. the poem gives hope , hope is what people live in , in the hopes of seeing the new day and steering forward to greater expectation . Kim Addonizio a poet is particularly expectant to receive a year that has changes.
In conclusion the poems written by Ginsberg and Kim Addonizio are essentially shading some light on the America in showing some sense of having a hopeful future, it witnesses this through the citations made in the explanations of the poem chosen, the sign of witnessing a hopeful future holds in both poems, as it is evidenced by the quotations made.