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Didactic is a form verse, the aim of which is to instruct the mind and improve morals, but there is more didactic. What is didactic in poetry (complete definition)?

Premium Member Sincere Suggestions
I have wondered what Poetry Soup would be like If poems submitted were subject to critical eyes And contributors were free to critique the poems, To say how they really feel about a poem, to analyze. Of course, it...Read More
Categories: poetry, writing,
Form: Didactic



No Contest
Between the politically correct and good sorts, No contest. Between the non starters and the go getters, No contest. Between the those with context and those out of it, No contest. Between the givers and the takers, No contest. Between those who swear...Read More
Categories: analogy, baptism, bible, care,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Avoiding Peer Pressure
blazing hot like cayenne pepper, especially in adolescent years, malleable youths bend and capitulate to peer pressure; grown folks take the bait, too. it could be a simple "try this like the rest of us cool kids!" or just an effortless nudge...Read More
Categories: encouraging, inspirational, meaningful, perspective,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member The Better of Two Words
There's no "I" in committed relationships. One breaks the chain of unity With each use. It should be...Read More
Categories: encouraging, meaningful, wisdom,
Form: Didactic
Positive impact covid 19
Thoroughly, the horror is weird Yet, there is a sense of its nonsense Thoroughly, it scattered Yet, it teaches how to gather The horror that improves memories The horror that brings back the lost...Read More
Categories: change, courage, creation, crush,
Form: Didactic



Breed
Zafar tun nay meray baap ko kuta kaha hai.. Mein tujhay kaisay maaf karun?? Masala pata kia hai, Tun nay kuta kyun kaha, Ye koi issue nahi hai, Asal masala ye hai, Tun nay breed to bataya hi nahi, Chal ab bata...Read More
Categories: abuse, animal, dog, games,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member CHOCOLATE CANDY CINQUAIN
Chocolate candy ...Read More
Categories: candy,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Myron Greek Sculptor
The ancient Greek sculptor Myron worked mainly in bronze not iron. His most famous sculpture, Discobolus (the Disk Thrower), is still with us in its iconic pose cocked in a final twirl, with disk locked in hand about to be...Read More
Categories: art,
Form: Didactic
UNCLE PATIENCE AND HIS WIFE
PATIENCE AND IMPATIENCE. Patience is morality they say, That: does not function with a noblewoman whose man is far away. Won't she alleviate her fever with another man? Perhaps the one who is not apt of being with...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, allusion, art,
Form: Didactic
Stronger with JWs - with Jesus I pray
I At this stage My retirement age I speak with JWs Jehovah's Witnesses I shut my door quickly before Now, I'm emptier - stronger - I converse with JWs longer II Fine people, careful about blood Who avoid transfusions, "blood" food - For JWs, smoking is wrong Alcohol...Read More
Categories: america, bible, faith, jesus,
Form: Didactic
Masterpiece
I Some words remain prophetic through time Giving and yielding fruit Like Jeremiah (29:11); Ezekiel on my heart Of wickedness that will shock even me Unless someone heals My heart of stone Isaiah knew too I am fearfully, wonderfully made Like...Read More
Categories: encouraging, environment, philosophy, power,
Form: Didactic
The downside of not voting
If you don't vote, Extremists will take note, And politicians will seek a different coloured coat, As extremists become more eager to vote, With your absence at the polling booth giving them hope, That democracy will work in their...Read More
Categories: analogy, anger, anxiety, bible,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member The Butterfly
The Butterfly It’s not likely anyone would deny the beauty of a butterfly. Yet how it came by that English name scholarship cannot account for it with shame. Theories abound, of course, but none explain why “butterfly” was chosen? Was it perhaps...Read More
Categories: beauty,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member HOW EASILY MAN JUDGES
When the disciples James and John saw this, they asked, “Lord, do you want us to call fire down from heaven to destroy them?” But Jesus turned and rebuked them. Luke 9:54-55 How easily man judges, hates, throws down...Read More
Categories: christian,
Form: Didactic
The Letter L
L is the first letter why life was created L is the reason why God loved us so much L is the season how the world started L is the label why your name means to Him so...Read More
Categories: blessing, creation, life, light,
Form: Didactic

Specific Types of Didactic Poems

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Definition | What is Didactic in Poetry?

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