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The three poems selected to elaborate the theme of Bridget Keating Red ceilings are “When I was a Child”, “How to Make Peace with Yourself” and “Frogs”. The basic theme of all the three poems is the study and observation of human behaviors. The behaviors described by Bridget Keating are quite diverse and cover the happiness, sorrow, myths and dark shades of human nature. The poem “When I was a Child” describes the memories of the past and Keating tried to remember the old good days during the present days of darkness. The poem “How to Make Peace with Yourself” is focused on finding the peaceful place after bearing and observing the behaviors of individuals crossed by the way to peaceful place. In the third and the last poem “Frogs” the lady learned from the behaviors and movements of the frogs that how to survive together even in the tough situation and despite of even more tough situation than that of the lady, the frogs still strived to survive together. A brief overview of all three poems to elaborate the theme of the Bridget Keating book Red Ceiling is described in the remaining part of the paper.
In the Poem “When I was a Child” Bridget Keating elaborated the memories of her past days and remembers the golden days when she was a child. She Said “I swam in the Slope Coulee” (Keating 1) refers to the spring water or waterfall where she swam during her golden days. She felt the depth of the water and moved with the flow of water and remembered the natural light, inhaled seeds and under water flowers. She remembers the beauty of nature and felt a snake against her bare feet while moving with the flow of water while touching the moist.
She describes the beautiful feelings of life, which she had in the past. She also misses the presence of an old lady may be her mother and the old lady’s attitude and behavior,
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