Emily Dickinson's Life Almost Straight

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Turning one? Every parent has this valuable moment, however, turning 16 and getting a driver's license even a better accomplishment for a parent. Then turning 21, for sure the best, but some parents have scary thoughts about their children at this age. Well, that what people say anyway. Humans constantly learn and grow. Every day's a new adventure for someone. The human condition is a general way that humans live life. The theme "Life Almost Straight' includes all six of the different aspects of the human condition: growth, emotionality, conflict, aspiration, and mortality. The ones highlighted in this paper will be growth, aspiration, mortality, and conflict. Every graduate after high school takes a different path. Every one of them throughout…show more content…
Having a constant fear of failure for a large amount of people would be kind of common, but if you live life to the fullest and make better choices than bad then there's not much concern. The first stanza in "We Grow Accustomed to the Dark" by Emily Dickinson says, "We grow accustomed to the Dark, When light is put away" Emily Dickinson's trying to say that as a human we take the easy way out. Instead of trying to challenge ourselves by finding the light we just stay and grow into what's always there. The human condition includes aspiration. As a child, your parents teach the difference between what's right and what's wrong, but sometimes we go against our knowledge. Going against our own knowledge told can put us through some bad times. Humans have the choice of judgment to select the dark or the light."You always pass failure on your way to success" Mickey Rooney. "Either the Darkness alters Or something in the sight Adjust itself to Midnight And Life steps almost straight" (Stanza 5) Emily Dickinson gives a choice at the end the poem to either go back to the light or stay in the darkness. She indicates that most step a little forward and that the light semi near them. Stepping out of the darkness allows a peak of light for an individual. The individuals show that they're starting to move on a straight path. Emily Dickinson's poem "We Grow Accustomed to the Dark" alludes to the human condition by the characteristic aspiration. Throughout the text, she uses the words like goodbye, uncertainty, learn, and bravest. These words compare and describe with the words dark and light, though they also fall with failure and success. Mortality occurs within a human
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