This Passage was taken out from the poem titled “Siro Zoher”, which is written by Rapayel Patkanian. Romanticism is a key element in most of Patkanian’s writings. The natural phenomenon is often represented in this poem. They represent both the physical and mental separation between the two lovers. In the poem the male figure has to go threw the torturing scenes and disasters in order to get to his lover. Patkanian shows tragedy through the poem. To signify that an individual will go threw great lengths for their loved one. The narrator uses imagery, pictures, colors and motions to describe the tragedy. In the passage it narrates that the boat moved from side to side moving towards the dungeon where his love remains. Where his lover was waiting with a desperate and anxious heart. It shows the excitement and love that one has for the other, and the strong impact of nature on their love. The fact that they love each other but their love is really hard to attain because of the outside barriers.
This passage was taken out from the poem titled “ Baghde Darbin”, which is written by Hovhanness Hovhannesian. One of Hovhannesians key elements is lyricism in his poetry. When writing poems he clearly demonstrates the strong presence of poetic lyricism in his writings. In this passage the narrator is talking about anger and “tanjank”. He describes the darbin as a poor soul in trouble and in pain. He uses strong imagery of comparing his pain to the bleeding of the earth. He is talking about the individuals misery and how tortures it is for him to work anvil. He compares his emotions of heating the anvil to destroying nations. He keeps heating and heating yet it’s never fixed and the pain remains there forever. The narrator talks about bloody skies and nations, which the misery is caused by this terrible sight. Using imagery he describes his pain and how horrible the situation is for him. He is talking about the destruction of nations and the...