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The Ode

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  1. Sep 27,  · Originating in ancient Greece, ode poems were originally performed publicly to celebrate athletic victories. Later, this poetic form was favored among English romantic poets, who used odes to express emotions using rich, descriptive language.
  2. Jul 26,  · The band first debuted “Ode To The Mets” during their New Year’s Eve show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, along with announcing their first studio album since ’s Comedown Machine.
  3. One traditional recitation on Anzac Day is the Ode, the fourth stanza of the poem For the fallen by Laurence Binyon (–). Binyon was the assistant keeper of prints and drawings at the British Museum, and the author of several volumes of verse.
  4. The Ode Less Travelled is something more than a solid and engaging how-to book. 'Verse is one of our last stands against the instant and the infantile,' Mr. Fry writes in the introduction, and this book is his impassioned, worthy contribution to the cause." ùClaudia La Rocco, The New York TimesReviews:
  5. 13 rows · The Code is an Australian drama television program created and produced by Shelley Birse. No. of episodes: 12 (list of episodes).
  6. Jul 24,  · “Ode to the Mets,” which was debuted for the first time during the Strokes’ New Year’s Eve show in Brooklyn last year, features on the band’s latest album The New Abnormal.
  7. The ode—originally accompanied by music and dance, and later reserved by the Romantic poets to convey their strongest sentiments—is a formal address to an event, a person, or a thing not present. The name comes from the Greek aeidein, meaning to sing or chant, and belongs to the long and varied tradition of lyric poetry.

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