An

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is formal, often ceremonious lyric poem from Greece (Pindar, ca. 552–442 B.C.E.) that addresses or celebrates a person, place, thing, or idea. Its stanza forms vary. A classic ode is structured in three parts: the strophe, the antistrophe, and the epode.

 

Ode to the Phoenix

The prophecy of the sun,

with all dignity you behold

Never would shun,

your quality to be bold

Flew ahead to distant land,

you led your life to guide,

For all the situation demand,

burned in self set fire and died

Your tale is as glorious as you,

to arise from ashes and start a life new,

resembling to finding a clue,

from the midst of an issue

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