Richard Wilfred Owen: Poem Analysis

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These two poems I read really effect my perspective on poetry. I see now that these kinds of poems can really impact you if you see what the writer is trying to say. Wilfred Owen wrote a wonderfully poem that had great meaning to it. Richard Wilbur poem had a very interesting note to it I couldn’t find myself really understanding this poem, until I read some more. I loved these poems for the way they spoke about really events that had a significant impact in their lives. In Dulce et decorum Est I could believe it was written in WW1 I was stunned to be reading this, as I was reading this part (Wilfred)” He plunges at me, guttering, chocking, drowning.” Which made me think about how horrible that event was. Both poems had much to tell in their own way but what they explained their life was very moving.
Finding a way to describe these poems is hard because they seem to be have some great points. In the events of the poem “Dulce et Decorum Est” I felt that he was really giving some stunning detail. What I figured out
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I can tell that in Dulce et Decorum Est he was very detailed with his poem writing about what he felt, saw, and thoughts he had at every moment. I also noticed some compassion line in each poem like in “(The Writer) In her room at the prow of the house” “(Dulce et Decorum Est) In all my dreams before my helpless sight,”. I found these two lines to be very strong on detail. I saw how vivid the both poems were when explained correctly. The poem “The Writer” explain what he saw in from his eyes and in “Dulce et Decorum Est” is was the same understanding, both poem was very sad. Throughout both poem you can see the poems getting more and more in depth with how their situation are turning out. Much of it was describing from what they thought, and imagined for the future. I can’t imagine the kind of thought that went into thus when both poems were being
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