These are the two has effected on my reading most. A great point of confusion she wrote in her poem word “bloated”. She wrote “ I would sleep, dear friends, where bloated might.” Itsunique use of this word in this sense arouses interest but allows for no clear-cut explanation as to the use.
Stewart’s wish to ‘unite’ (line) with Elizabeth runs throughout the poem: ‘For I’d have two great jewels in one setting bound.’ (line) However, it is not Stewart who is speaking. Instead, it is the diamond from the diamond ring sent to Elizabeth (ref. Bell) who speaks.
Secondly, in the poem Persephone Abducted, "withered her feathers to a hag's" the poet uses the metaphor to compare Demeter feathers to one of a hag's. This metaphor is saying that Demeter is mean and not nice. From this metaphor, readers would have learnt about Demeter's characteristics. The metaphor is very effective because indeed Demeter was very selfish and mean when she had lost her daughter to Hades.
Veils of love which only hate petrified by longing-that was me" (Erdrich 45). Through Sister Leopolda's heinous actions, Marie has a distorted view on love. For Marie she describes that "veils of love" is just hate that transforms into longing. At a young age, Marie is introduced to love in a very distorted way. Like Marie, many natives experienced a false sense of love in boarding schools and the psychological effects of this transcend generations.
This does not add up to ‘because her mother is transphobic’. Then, in Save the I-Hotel, opposition could argue that the quote,“Nobody knows you here, just the work you do, just the color of your face” is just a practical implication that Filipino workers simply feel underappreciated by their bosses. Nevertheless, the author cleverly uses words since all of the parts of the sentence perfectly align with each other. The quote, “Nobody knows you here, just the work you do, just the color of your face” has words that represent a tool: “just the work you do, just the color of your face” talk about the characteristics of how we see a tool, which are seeing if the tools works and rusty color of the tool. All of these words placed are with thought.
"Sonnet in Primary Colors" by Rita Dove is composed around a work of art by Frida Kahlo. Dove portrays how she is tormented to look more wonderful than every one of the workers, and how Frida is grieving the demise of her loved ones. The poem is named "Sonnet in Primary Colors" even though black is not one of the primary colors. Maybe this is on the grounds that primary colors are expected to serve for the changing feeling.
He shows a twist of emotions , and lacks to show identity. In the poem he says"... True i said "my grandmother" Because if i would have said my mother ypu wouldn't believe a word of it, since a mother should be leading,.." This means that through evry harsh emotion he makes lit of the situation by hiding the pain and hurtness and replacing it with joy, yet he makes you wonder of who the identity he truly is talking about.
“Dream Deferred” by Langston Hughes and “Hope” is the thing with feathers by Emily Dickinson both have similarities and differences. These poems are very appealing because of the message behind them. The differences and similarities that will be comparing the poems by will be the message, the poetry elements, and the tone of the poems. We can all agree that Langston Hughes and Emily Dickinson didn’t live the same lifestyle but they must have some differences and similarities that will be shown in these poems.
Lorde describes that "concrete needs your love" in several occasions in this poem. Love is constantly brought up to emphasize that if you fear you cannot love the concrete. Lorde believe's "you cannot make love to a concrete" when you have no fear. Through the examples of repetition, the reader is able to understand Lorde's view that love is complicated. But she wants it to seem
The poem “The Vacuum” by Howard Nemerov tells the life of an old man after the horrific loss of his wife. His wife did everything he could ever imagine for him. She was his heart and soul and didn’t know what to do without her. The man saw her as his hero. Throughout the poem the man struggles to keep his emotions in as he thinks his wife soul has traveled to inside the vacuum.
When an individual experiences prejudice or a lack of connection to place it can diminish ones sense of identity, leading to social isolation and a loss of cultural practices and traditions. The film ‘Beneath Clouds’ (2002) by Ivan Sen follows two Indigenous teens who experience prejudice and social isolation on their journey to Sydney. The poem ‘We are Going’ (1965) by Oodgeroo Noonuccal expresses the fears Indigenous Australians had over the dispossession land and cultural acceptance. The poem ‘Drifters’ (1999) by Bruce Dawe’s explores the journey faced by a financially unstable family, forcing them to move from place to place, without establishing any connection to the land.
“On the Occasion of Our Anniversary” by Clementine Von Radics. This poem talks about a women who got abused, this woman talks about her experience after it all ended. This girl was traumatized since she went through a difficult time. She can't forget what happened to her “This morning I googled signs of domestic abuse” here she is stating that she got abused by her husband/boyfriend. “I still flinch at slamming doors” she still moves when she hears slamming doors.
The poem, “Warning” written by Jenny Joseph is about the disparagement of responsibility as one reaches an old age. The speaker's state of mind is pursued by her use of diction, syntax and imagery, creating a very detailed point of view of her life as an elder and her sudden discardment of respectable behavior. Joseph wants it to be made known that although old age tends to be stereotyped as “boring,” it is finally a time when individuals can relax and focus on what they want to do rather than their children. In the poem “Warning” written by Jenny Joseph the speaker of the poem is apparently a woman, since she speaks about the “Red Hat Society,” which is an organization of women who meet for tea wearing red hats and purple dresses.