Adding a verb gives the proper grammatical flow between lines two and three. If one added 'in the' to the first line, the ku would read as 'in the low winter sun raspberry leaves glow red and green' which, to my ears would be a run-onsentence.
It pays to be aware of which two lines you wish to make into the phrase. It helps to read the two lines of a ku which are to become your phrase out loud to see how they sound in your mouth and ears. If there is a too-clear break between the lines, ask yourself if you need an article or an article plus a preposition to be inserted. If you do, forget brevity and allow yourself the lyric pleasure of a smooth shift between these two lines. If I had chosen to make the first line the fragment I would write the ku as:
raspberry leaves glow
red and green
Throughout the story, however, Onkonkwo and his fellow leaders of the village will face problems that could potentially put their tribe into great danger.
It plays a crucial and distinctive role in the way people will interact with each other and shapes the way relations of power and hierarchy are formed....
This concept is clearly demonstrated throughout the novel Things Fall Apart, authored by Chinua Achebe, by establishing a connection through the development of its characters and the change in traditional African tribal villages seen in the Nineteenth Century....
Within the American culture, women’s rights have expanded to the extent of being able to vote for who runs our country or even possibly being the person that does run our country.
By closely reading and critically examining Nick and Henry Adams’ interactions, I will explore various ways in which Hemingway condemns hypermasculine behavior and illustrates the internal conflict of men defining their masculinity in the modern world....
Ophelia, who is Laertes's sister, Polonius's daughter, and Hamlet's lover, is seen as submissive and innocent while Macbeth's wife, Lady Macbeth, is displayed as ruthless and corrupting.
Ophelia and Lady Macbeth are different in their characters because of Ophelia's weakness, her obedience to Laertes, Polonius, and Hamlet, Lady Macbeth's perseverance for power and her manipulative nature towards her husband....
However, it is not expected of a female to be interested in sports and there is less pressure on them to participate in physically enduring activities.
By the late 80s, when Gray started to become a self-help guru, many sociologists realized they must study masculinity and femininity through the following filters:With topics like "the structure of power"and "the social organization of sexuality" is it any wonder that society clings to sex-role theory?
These roles reflect the traditional gender roles imposed on our society that men are supposed to be stronger and dominant and females are expected to be submissive.
Achebe portrays the African tribes as having very rich civilized and social cultures, not as being animalistic savages, which other literatures would lead one to believe.
The idea of a certain identity starts by naming it. However, the Japanese language lacks the English equivalent of ‘homosexual’. There are many ways to refer to nonheterosexual relations in Japanese, from the postwar sodomia, to nanshoku, doseiai and to the borrowed words of homo and gei. Nonetheless, these terms do not cover the idea of homosexual as we know it in the English-speaking world (McLelland 2000a; 2005). Every different word that can be used to refer to nonheterosexuals also has another nuance in it in Japanese. A lot of homosexuals do not necessarily relate to these nuances, and therefore cannot find a good way to describe their sexualities.
Intrigued by peoples reactions to the feminist movement, they studied societys views on sex roles with a critical eye and uncovered many myths that keep us from seeing more clearly how women and men really relate to each other.