I - From Clee to heaven the beacon burns, The shires have seen it plain, From north and south the sign returns And beacons burn again.
The Oven Bird- Robert Frost There is a singer everyone has heard, Loud, a mid-summer and a mid-wood bird, Who makes the solid tree trunks sound again. He says that leaves are old and that for flowers Mid-summer is to spring as one to ten.
He says the early petal-fall is past When pear and cherry bloom went down in showers On sunny days a moment overcast; And comes that other fall we name the fall.
He says the highway dust is over all. The bird would cease and be as other birds But that he knows in singing not to sing. The question that he frames in all but words Is what to make of a diminished thing. First Instinct After reading through the poem once, I have come to the conclusion that the poem is about a bird.
Also the poem is written through the eyes of the bird.
Throughout the poem, the birds talks about the different seasons. The bird mentions specific events that occur in each season that he lives through. The poem begins in the mid- summer and end in the winter.
Finally, the poem begins in a happy tone however, it ends a depressed tone. Paraphrasing Everybody has heard this singer, Loud, summer and wood bird, Who has the ability to make a solid tree have sound. Says the leave are old and flowers are new Summer is to spring as one to ten.
The bird says the petal-falling is past When pears and cherry blooms fall like showers On sunny days a moment is cloudy; And then comes the next season, fall. He says the pollen is over all.
The bird would stop and be like other birds But that he knows it is not time to sing. The question that he surrounds in everything but words Is what to make of lessened thing. Throughout the poem, Frost uses specific phrases that have to do with nature. This is significant because a shower is another word for rain; rain is part of nature.
The lengthy sentences function as a way for the author to include specific details about each season the bird goes through. Also the sentence structure goes from long details sentences to short and to the point sentences.
For example, summer is long and plenty of events occur during this time period. While the winter seems short and nothing occurs because everything is dead around the bird.This is the link to my summative essay on The Good iridis-photo-restoration.com reading this novel I observed the consequences of valuing worldy pleasures over the things that can make me a better person.
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This chapter focuses on turning data into poetry which is commonly referred to as participant-voiced poems.
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Going crazy. Really. No poetic metaphor. Hallucinating thin rainbow-colored nets like cobwebs all over my skin (mostly the stewardesses) which athlete was a "real man." Two men in the seats directly behind me.