The Analysis of Sonnet 75 “One Day I Wrote her Name upon the Strand” or Amoretti sonnet 75 by Spenser is a brilliantly written poem in which he tackles the theme of death, love, and immortality. The title of the poem guides us to get an insight into what kind of incident the poet is about to narrate. It helps us to understand the setting of the poem since Spenser mentioned the word “strand”. We can imagine Spenser writes his beloved’s name on the sand. The idea of mortality is an obvious enemy to Spenser’s love which leads us to the theme of death in the poem.
Meanwhile, the cat’s face is more detailed. He has whiskers, sharp teeth, and his eyes are almond-shaped with small pupils. The slant of his eyes and the unfriendly grin on his face displays anger. These details make the cat more objective and less relatable to readers, adding to the us-them connection the reader feels with the mice. It also emphasizes that fact that the Nazi cats and Jewish mice are
In a spiritual and loving tone it states, “i want, no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)” (Cummings 6-7). Each one of the poems are unique in their own way, but both of them have a completely divergent feeling and tone to them. “Annabel Lee” has a dark, gloomy, and cold tone that makes the reader feel a sense of loneliness. On the other hand, “i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)” has a warm, soft hearted tone that makes the reader feel a sense of love and enjoyment. Even though both of the poems have completely different tones and emotions toward the reader, they are both extremely powerful and heartfelt.
4. In this novel, power is held more by women. Kesey implies that women of this time would do evil things to maintain their role of power. For example, Billy Bibbit's mother tells him he can go to college and have a girlfriend when he is older and treats him like a child. We see how this affects Billy on page 137, when Nurse says “I can’t wipe the razor-blade scars off your wrists or the cigarette burns off the back of your hands.
She misses her home and the despairing tone of poem emphasizes the longing and desire of her for her home. Secondly, the questioning tone of the poem illustrates the confusion of the narrator. The lines “Tell me why you visit an English coast? / O why is my heart unchained? “ successfully represent the questioning tone of the poem.
She makes it clear from her introduction that she’s not completely satisfied that few counties “recognize” marital rape as a punishable act. (Paragraph 1). After this general view, Milkdashi uses a deductive approach to get into the main topic which is the marital rape in Lebanon. She presents some major obstacles regarding this issue including the civil law exempting the husband from any kind of punishment and the religious leaders standing firmly again any law amendments (paragraph 2). After this cry, Maya Milkdashi states that a protest will be held on January 14th to stop legal exemption of martial rape (paragraph3).
As she states in her Advertisement to Peru: A Poem, in Six Cantos, she wanted to depict the sufferings of “an innocent and amiable People” in the climate and familiarity of their own land, which was “entirely dissimilar to [her] own, and furnishes new and ample materials for poetic description” (vii-viii). Her description of the Peruvian landscape appears in the opening lines of Canto One with a “General Description of the Country of Peru.” The entire epic stays a narrative of the past, and yet it is a “vision, in the loco descriptive mode, of a temporal beauty and peace” (Saglia, 2005). The reader sees “lost Peruvia” already from the sea, while crossing the Atlantic to reach the shores of a land where “sweet disorder” rules. Williams chooses to describe Peru as “lost” as it acts in the preservation and antiqueness mostly associated with native and indigenious territories away from the city. The adjective also situates her epic within the area of sea discovery, for her British readers go on an adventure, although metaphorically, to a new
As a prominent figure in the Romantic era, Wordsworth’s poem is expressed in plain English highlighting the free expression of the movement. While Love After Love is about dealing with the end of a relationship and how to help one’s self live a better life, written in a second-person perspective akin to the style of a self help book. At the deepest level, Walcott uses imagery to explore the themes of loneliness and self-discovery. The theme shared between Love After Love and Daffodils is one of loneliness, the two poems sharing a general narrative of describing their protagonist’s method of dealing with it. Wordsworth begins his poem with “I wandered as lonely as a cloud”, explicitly referring to the major theme in his work.
Dickinson emphasizes that her gown is made of “Gossamer” and her “Tippet” which is only made of “Tulle”, which isn’t enough to warm her up. This suggests that Dickinson wants the reader to feel that the objects are alive through the use of personification. Both poems convey the theme of death; the poets Seamus Heaney and Emily Dickinson present the conclusion differently. Dickinson has created a very negative representation of death as it is about the death of a young family member, whereas Dickinson, gives a more calm, relaxing feeling as she gives her opinion on what she thinks will happen after death and is optimistic as she talks about Eternity in his final sentence. To conclude, I think that both poems successfully served their idea by giving the reader the feeling or idea that the poet wanted to
All desires that distract me, day and night, are false and empty to the core. As the night keeps hidden in its gloom the petition for light, even thus in the depth of my unconsciousness rings the cry – ‘I want thee, only thee.’ As the storm still seeks its end in peace when it strikes against peace with all its might, even thus my rebellion strikes against thy love and still its cry is – ‘I want thee, only thee’ (Gitanjali-XXXVIII,p.37-38) The poet further writes that when the grace from the world and life of the human is lost, he urges the Lord of Peace to fill himself and the world with his eternal peace which will make everyone’s life a harmonious one indeed. So the poet says: When the herd and parched up,come upon me with a shower of mercy. When tumultuous work raises its din on all sides shutting out from beyond, come to me, my lord of silence, with thy peace and rest. When my beggarly heart sits crouched, shut up in a corner, break open the door, my king, and come with the ceremony of a king.