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  1. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Early 1900s Poetic Movements Acmeism (Greek, "pinnacle of") was a short lived early 20th century, poetic movement similar to Imagism. A school of Russian poets in 1910 attempted a break from the vague and symbolic poetry of the time. Their goal was to create maximum emotion from lucid and sensory vivid images. The movement was cut short by the Russian Revolution and the difficult cultural climate of the time. The Acmeist poet was anti symbolism, they strived for "dense and phonically saturated poetry". NPEOP They attempted to express graphic sha
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    The Blues Stanza

    Explore the Craft of Writing American Verse The Blues was born in 19th century from the African American experience expressing "lamentation and complaint". Originally written for music, with the 3rd and 7th notes of the scale flattened, the poem should capture the same minor tone. The Blues confronts life head on, often expressed in sarcasm, wit and humor. Langston Hughes (1902 - 1967) is credited with making the Blues as much a part of American literature as it is a part of American music. It is poetry "created on the fly", as the blues singers did, making up lyrics on the spot. . . . A
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