The initial stanzas are divided into three quatrains.
The English sonnet is also recognized as the Shakespearean sonnet. The sonnet comprises of fourteen lines. The three stanzas in the sonnet are quatrains. It means that each paragraph consists of four lines in each quatrain. The last stanza is a couplet with two lines. The rhyme scheme of Shakespearean sonnet is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG. Volta appears at the end of the third quatrain.
The word "ominous" is used to refer to something that gives the impression that something wrong is about to happen, bound to happen. It refers to the negative feeling that one gets, a feeling that bad things will happen, the gut feeling that suggests that an unpleasant thing is about to happen.
In the given scenario, the emergence of the black clouds along with the <em>"loud peal of thunder</em>" is an ominous sign that gives the feeling of something bad happening shortly. It gives the feeling at the back of our mind that this is a sign that things will not be better, but rather an unpleasant or threatening event is about to happen.
The genre that uses narrative and poetic techniques to tell a story is called A. <span>narrative poem. A narration uses a third-person view to tell a specific set-up or setting in form of stanzas. In this case, the flow or organization of the story is clearly explained using this type of style</span>