Can anyone explain what the “mood of the poem” is? I need it for an assignment. Thank you!
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The mood of a poem is the emotion created in the poem through the setting, tone, choice of words, and theme – among others, that are used in the poem.
What you feel when you read the poem is the poem’s mood, to put it simply.
Romantic, gloomy, sorrowful – are some examples of moods of a poem.
Some confuse the mood of a poem with the tone of a poem.
The tone of the poem refers to the attitude of the writer towards the subject or audience.
Serious, playful, humorous – are some examples of tone a poem could have.