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“I will think of you, you who are so far away, you have caused me to look up at the stars”. The feeling of loneliness is significant in the poem because it enables readers to relate to her tribulations.
The main idea of the poem is the need of companionship, which the woman desperately needs. Despite having her husband around, she is still lonely enough to leave her house coatless, yet there has just been a downpour, to mail a letter to someone far away, who she misses.
a. The letter is urgent. Despite the rain, evident when she says, “…rain-heavy bushes”, and “…again I walk into the wet grass”, she leaves the house coatless because she finds it important to send the letter on that specific
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