She also speaks about how she feels forgotten and how she wishes she wouldn’t be. The text states: “but me you have forgotten” (Sappho “Fragment 129A” p.263) and “or you love some man more than me” (Sappho “Fragment 129B” p.263). These show us how Sappho feels like Anaktoria easily forgot about her and how she feels betrayed that Anaktoria loves a man now more than her. Anaktoria keeps poping up in Sappho’s poetry, she’s everywhere. Even when you think she isn’t, she
(English 2324 Rita Dove Explains her poetry) This was very sad as he was looking for help but he was dying and his only help was putting out a cigarette and leave which was disturbing how could you leave someone to die without trying to help. Thomas could grab his medicine he couldn’t honk to horn to get someone attention this was a very devastating moment. The part that was very heartbreaking was when he mentions “Thomas imagined his wife as she awoke missing him” (Rita Dove The Event) He was leaving his love one behind without her even knowing what happen. I could only image how the wife would feel about this when she gets the bad
The poem Bored, written by Margaret Atwood, is telling us both of lost and how boredom can be a good thing than being out of boredom. Thoughout the poem the author talks about how she was bored in the past and wanted nothing more than to no longer be bored. However, once she escaped her boredom it look as if she wanted to be bored again, almost like there was a downside to her no longer being bored anymore. Another point to be made is that when she tells her story, she is also referring to a man being there during her time of boredom, mostly likely a family member of her’s. Then towards the end the poem seems to give the reader a sense of gloom or sorrow with this statement, “Why do I remember it as sunnier / all the time then, altough
A fog must lift and when it does, everyone gets liberated from the uncertainty of everything. The poem, which talks about a conflicting relationship with the speaker’s father and the heartache from a recent breakup, conveys a deep sense of unpredictability and mystery. The tone that the speaker uses is dreary, but also hopeful at the end, that one day, she may be free from all the pains that she is undergoing right now. The word “fog” best encapsulates all of this as it represents uncertainty, but hope and joy when it finally
This reveals that Luke regards God as a colorless figure in his life that has never done anything in his the favor. He has been tortured by higher authorities and through his tough journey God has failed to play his role. By this relation it expounds that Luke’s faith has disintegrated since even at the church Luke does not get an desired answer from God even when pleading for the pain to end. Thus, through Luke he plays an active role to help richen the theme of the film about the struggles of keeping faith in God. Luke’s faith has important part in his life since he clearly acknowledges a higher being but has a hard time keeping connection by the tests constantly decreasing his faith.
Armando would, in times of loneliness and desolation pray to God. When “lack of sleep and tension were seriously affecting” him, “That was when God began to become a constant companion”(Valladares 34). However, Armando “never asked God to get [him] out of” Isla de Pinos, he believed that God should not be used for that kind of request. Armando asked only that God allow him to be able to resist, as well as to give him the “faith and spiritual strength to bear up under the conditions without sickening with hatred. [God 's] presence made his faith an indestructible shield”(Valladares
He believes nothing great was going to happen the way his life was, although in the end he runs away from the family and is leaving to where he desires with no remorse. When he married Lucynell he felt he had a lingering piece of salvation left in him, nevertheless after he left, he felt like he had lost all hope, causing the clouds to appear and for it to
Yoni fell to the floor and died. Sergei only had one more wish and didn’t want to use if on him. Instead he wished to not be alone. The three wishes folktale that I chose "Loppi and Lappi," is about an old married couple who despise each other, they cant stand being with each other anymore and think they would be so much better off without each other. They abuse one another both emotionally and physically.
This anger is from the grudge she’s holding against her father which causes her to want to hide from her father. She wants to rid the memory of her father because she is “sick / of history dragging behind [her]” which goes back to the title of the poem, “Go Forget Your Father” (45). This shows that the speaker prefers to go back to her old morals and not hold a grudge against her father. To end the poem, Che presents the reader with another transition back to a softer tone. She wants to love her father again and let go of the grudge; to do this, the speaker and her father has to “show each other who [they] used to be” (66-67).