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The setting could have influenced the poetry’s element of imagery where the poet used sense of smell to implore the remembrance of the gone days where “scenting of game in…
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Download file to see previous pages In as much the poem was almost balanced in three perspective of senses, the sense of smell was least explored.
The central message and theme in this poem revolve around change. The persona is an elderly person that re-think on the gone days with nostalgia and admire the days that he was young with strength. The poet has used parallels of the age of persona and the changes in weather where the persona is think his youthful days in terms of spring, when the ice was braking of ice and the summer time when the persona was gaming in hot sun.
The changes in weather and climatic condition have been mirrored in the life of the persona who think that he is re-living the gone days. To that effect, the poet wanted to give message on change, how things and event recur but the only thing that change is doing the things that one did in youthful life with the vitality and energy at the elderly age. The change in age is not limited to the setting of the poem but universal though the imagery and parallel are limited to the setting of poem.
Stanza one explains the stubborn exploration of human being on earth in a cyclic manner one after the other. There is logging and deforestation that is ongoing where human being re-settle on lands that had earlier been settled on.
Stanza two ostensibly explain the exploration and the rational. There is preparation for the season where ploughing is ongoing to plant new crops. The main message on this stanza is that the land was previously owned by someone who sold it.
In stanza three, it shows the remnants of machines used to explore the earth that have been rendered useless. They are waiting for the reselling or auction by willing buyers. This emphasizes the cyclic nature of earth exploration.
Stanza four is indicative of the claimants who once owned the land but now they are bereaved of their ownership. The “three lived and played” around the land that is under new ownership. In entirety the owners of the land ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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