Write a well-organized, three-paragraph essay in which you analyze how the poem’s organization, diction (words), and tone prepare the reader for the speaker’s concluding stanza.

Gerald Locklin presents “No Longer a Teenager” to express the idea of a speaker and his relationship with his daughter. Write a well-organized, three-paragraph essay in which you analyze how the poem’s organization, diction (words), and tone prepare the reader for the speaker’s concluding stanza.The elements that will be graded in this analysis:1. Three paragraphs (introduction, body, and conclusion) only;2. The introduction must create the general idea of the poem’s meaning, the title of the poem in quotation marks, and the name of the author. The thesis statement must be in complex structure (dependent, independent) and must argue the idea in the prompt (above);3. The body must include textual support from the poem, and that support must be included in quotation marks, the backslash for the change of lines (/) in the parenthetical citations, and that support must “benefit” and “help you argue” the point in your T.S. Do not end with a quote. You must end with your own words;4. The conclusion must be an overview of the argument you have created. Restate the poet and the poem’s title and end with a strong emphasis on the argument’s point (from the T.S.);5. A Works Cited for the poem must be included and formatted correctly;6. A four-line, double-spaced header must be included; the running head must be included; use 12-pt. Times New Roman and double-space all type in the essay. You must upload the document on a WORD document.