Walton is able to provide justice in the text through his letters in the epistolary frame. Walton letters document his feelings about companionship. He writes, “I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointed, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection”(8). Walton writes his lack of companionship to his sister because she is one person in his life where they have a family binding relationship. By using words the literal words ‘no friend’ and ‘none to participate in my joy’ Walton is admitting to his vulnerability and lack of privilege.
Narcissus believes that his appearance is breathtaking by the continuous gazing and admiration of his looks although he believes his exterior is his only accomplishment in life: “My only belonging/ is my beauty” (4-5). Narcissus displays a great sense of vanity but lacks confidence within himself. In this passage, the expression that he is powerless to becoming significant since his beauty is the only thing he contains in life. Narcissus is heartbroken that he is unable to love himself the way an outside character can: “I live apart/ from myself, yet cannot/ live apart” (9-11). He voices his admiration of himself in a way that he wants to love and take care of himself the way a spouse would.
This also makes the Pat Boone cover seem less sincere than the Fats Domino version because he did not make much of an attempt to make his cover notably different or “his own.” His intent seemed to be mostly to deliver the song to a different audience rather than to use the song to tell a story that he related to. Additionally, he altered the meaning of the song somewhat, but he did not add much of a new perspective given that the song was still coming from the point-of-view of a man who had gotten his heartbroken by his lover. In contrasts, Fats Domino’s original version seemed like it was intended to cover the mixed emotions that one may feel at the end of a relationship, and
In his diary entry, Steve uses the word ‘real’ because he wants people to see the non-superficial side of him. Steve desires people to not ask him or see him, but look into his heart. His wording shows that he doesn’t know who he is and therefore believes he is a Monster as Ms. Petrocelli calls him. He accepts people’s judgments as his self-truth. Even though, he, himself, accepts the worst he still wants people to perceive him as a good person, especially his mom.
The unnamed narrator is self-absorbed, concerned only with how the visit with Robert will affect him. At the same time, the narrator lacks self-awareness. He pities Robert’s wife, Beulah, because her husband could never look at her, never realizing that he doesn’t actually know his own wife despite the fact that he can see her. Theres different narrative views such as: the view of "Bub" himself, the wife, and Robert. As the story goes on, the narrator's tone and improperness changes from corrosive to warm and educated.
Theodore Roethke writes with one of the most unique voices in poetry, its poems contain a richness of feelings communicated with pure honesty. In his poem “Meditation at Oyster Bay” the speaker draws the reader into his journey as he describes in great detail that entire he sees while meditating at this special place. The appeal of this poem is the visual effects; the reader can see what the speaker is describing. Roethke’s poetry about nature was one subject he focus on his writing was an outlet he used to deal with his trouble past. Born Theodore Huebner Roethke in Saginaw, Michigan to local farmers Otis and Helen Roethke who were owners of a beautiful greenhouse and his love of nature began here.
Comparison Essay on Wordsworth and Yeats In “Down by the Salley Gardens” by William Butler Yeats and “She dwelt among the Untrodden ways” By William Wordsworth, they both utilize a theme of love while applying imagery consistently throughout the poems. Additionally, Yeats uses parallelism to demonstrate the passing of time through metaphors while Wordsworth comparatively portrays his inner thoughts. Since they are expressing their emotions, Yeats applies similes comparing his love to the beauty of nature whilst Wordsworth is commemorating his love, despite her disappearing from his life. “She dwelt among the untrodden ways” by Wordsworth overall expresses his emotion towards her as she lives her life only to die isolated. “Down by the Salley Gardens” by Yeats has a sense of regret, showing his inner
Langston Hughes is an African American Poet who is very closely connected to his culture and expresses his feelings very thoroughly through his poetry in a jazz style. Langston Hughes is a modern poet who ignore the classical style of writing poetry and instead, in favor of oral and improve traditions of the Black culture. In majority of Langston’s poetry, many of his audience seems to take away a very strong message that many can apply to themselves or to others or his poems gives you an educational background of what’s going on in the African American community right now. For example, Langston Hughes writes a poetry piece called Afro American Fragment, which gives you a great breakdown of what an everyday African American person goes through considering that their whole history is basically taken away from them. Langston seems to show his audience that in books we never hear much about what contributions a African American person has done except for being brought to America and being a slave.
In a good poem, the author uses descriptive words and images to convey emotion of characters and objects. A good poet can turn something simple and natural like a flower into a full story. While poetic descriptions can enhance a writer 's ability to convey the feelings of stress and other emotions in a doctor 's life, the poems “Admission: Children 's Unit” and “The Cadaver” do not do a good job of using such descriptions to the advantage of the reader. “Admission”, while following the form of poetry in the sense that it has short stanzas and doesn 't fill up each line on the page, is not poetic, and is unable to use the poetry format to convey meaning or feeling. The “poem” is doused in the motif of smell, and while smell is an interesting way to talk about medicine and diagnosis, it does not really work for the poem.
Love and romance are a common genre found in poetry, where one is able to express their true emotions toward a particular person or thing. Love itself has come to represent both the emotional and personal connection between two lovers. Pablo Neruda, a renowned Chilean poet, explores the concept of love and separation in the form of the poem, “I can write the saddest verses.” In this poem, Neruda communicated his longing for his past love, whom he still loved at the time. While the words of the poem create an effect and feeling in the reader, which is related to the sad aspects of losing relationships, more can be uncovered about Neruda. This, in turn, this would contribute to a central idea and the overlying themes that encompass this poem.