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stanza

(ˈstænzə)
n. an inning in baseball or some other division of a ball game. He’s doing better than he was in the last stanza.
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Originally, the poem had no title, but for good reason, it has become known as "The Red Wheelbarrow," a title that privileges one of the images, the one presented in the second stanza, the emblem of linear time and volition, which are related to action, social reality, work, adulthood, and so on.
This central image of linear time and social action in the second stanza is supported in many ways by other poetic materials emblematic of volition and intention, both in the same stanza and elsewhere.
Child had access to two of the ballads: 'Sir Andrew Wood' ('Sir Patrick Spens') (Child 58 D), which Kirkpatrick Sharpe had sent to Motherwell; and a version of 'Bonnie Lizie Baillie' (Child 227 C), which Sharpe had contributed to Johnson's Scots Musical Museum --but, for some strange reason, only the first four stanzas out of eight.
Although the fragment 'Richard Saunders' has only two stanzas, it is important as the earliest manifestation of 'Richie Story' (Child 232).
Because Jesus, as the second stanza tells us, "knew for certain/Only drowning men could see him," he saved this humanity drowning in sin, despair, and doubt through his death on the cross.
The apparent detachment and indifference towards the wanted man so that she can finally obtain her being attached as an object of property to such a chosen man (see Dorel de la Popesti--Am amanta o pustoaica--I Have a Kiddo for Lover, stanza 2).
Sue Leffman, of Pennine Prospects, added: "The Stanza Stones trail offers walkers the opportunity to immerse themselves in this beautiful landscape.
Thematically, the first stanza is about trust in Divine protection from forces of nature, the second about Divine protection of the City of God, and the third about Divine protection from enemies.
strophic, 3 stanzas 17 measures per stanza farewell to a friend (Schubert dedicated it to Schober) B minor; [F#.
However, in manuscripts containing a stanzaic text, paraphs were usually limited to indicating the first line of each stanza.
In stanza 23 he defends his prominent emphasis on rules.
Other musical elements to consider in examining the musical style of the chant are the tonal vocabulary and the scale patterns used to generate the melodic motives, and the interval structure (or distance from one pitch to another) within the motives resulting in various types of melodic motion that reveal the characteristic flow of the musical lines in a given stanza or entire chant.
Thomas Meyer begins Caught Between, the first of three long poems in his new book Essay Stanzas, with what seems like a quiet apology:
Dubai -- Shaikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice-chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), recently attended an inspiring event held under the desert sky called Desert Stanzas.
A house of discarded clothing under water lighted by candles inhabited by people from all walks of life the following year, we built one of the stanzas in New York and later moved that sculptural House of Dust to CalArts' Burbank campus, where the poem and biomorphic form provided a site for performance works.