What is another word for poetise?

Pronunciation: [pˈə͡ʊɪtˌa͡ɪz] (IPA)

Poetise is a verb that means to write or compose poetry. However, there are several other words that can be used as synonyms for this term, including versify, lyricize, rhyme, and prosify. Versify refers to the act of creating poetry in verse, while lyricize denotes the writing of a poem with a musical quality. Rhyme signifies the use of word endings that sound alike in poetry, and prosify means converting prose-like text into poetry. Other related words include compose, write, craft, and fashion, all of which are interchangeable with poetise in certain contexts. Whether you are writing a sonnet or a haiku, there are plenty of synonyms to choose from to give your poem the perfect tone and style.

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Usage examples for Poetise

The birds would no longer flute to us of lost loves, but of found worms; we should realise how terribly selfish they are; we could never more quote 'Hark, hark, the lark at heaven's gate sings,' or poetise with Mr. Patmore of 'the heavenly-minded thrush.
"Prose Fancies"
Richard Le Gallienne
In Canada so broad and free All poets sing of the maple tree, High I stand in their opinion, Emblem of the New Dominion, The reason I do them upbraid Some never slept beneath my shade, And yet they take the liberty To chant about the maple tree, They dare to poetise my leaf, This is the source of all my grief, I think their praises all so rude And as but base ingratitude, So often hackneyed is my name That every fall I burn with shame, Like maiden's cheek which blushes red When vain rash youth asks her to wed, Then do these foolish ones descry In me fresh beauty and they sigh, And then renew their songs of praise.
"Poems of James McIntyre"
James McIntyre
To sit at one's ease and poetise-that is a pleasure; everybody has something agreeable to say to you, and you are always your own master.
"Andersen's Fairy Tales"
Hans Christian Andersen

Famous quotes with Poetise

  • Hedged in though she [Savitri] is by mortality, her life‘s movement keeps the measure of the Gods. Painting her being and its human-divine beauty Sri Aurobindo achieves some of his supreme effects. Perhaps his grandest capture of the mantra are the nine verses which form the centre of a long passage, variously mantric, in which Savitri‘s avatarhood is characterised (...) A hieratic poetry, demanding a keen sense of the occult and spiritual to compass both its subjective and objective values, is in this audacious and multi-dimensioned picture of a highly Yogic state of embodied being. Not all might respond to it and Sri Aurobindo knew that such moments in Savitri would have to wait long for general appreciation. But he could not be loyal to his mission without giving wide scope to the occult and spiritual and seeking to poetise them as much as possible with the vision and rhythm proper to the summits of reality. Of course, that vision and that rhythm are not restricted to the posture and contour of the summits, either the domains of divine dynamism or (...) or the mid-worlds, obscure or luminous, fearsome or marvellous, of which Savitri‘s father, King Aswapathy, carries out a long exploration which is one of the finest and most fascinating parts of the poem. They extend to the earth-drama too and set living amongst us the mysteries and travails of cosmic evolution, like that dreadful commerce of Savitri with one to whom Sri Aurobindo gives no name:
    K. D. Sethna

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