Essay On Unspoken Feelings Are Unforgettable By Thomas Carvers

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“Unspoken feelings are unforgettable” (Tarkovsky). This assumes when somebody tries to speak up, but couldn’t, they don’t forget the feelings, moments, and precious people they were thinking of. What is unforgettable to them are the precious things and people they are thinking of. Unforgettable memories are a part of life and are connected to human beings or human nature. People will not forget the memorable things and people in their lives. For instance, parents may have fights about a child with cancer until they realized they don’t want to lose each other. If they’re losing the child, they won’t forget everything about her because she is a part of their lives and their memories of her in the family are. One of the things that they want to …show more content…
“Some light/from the window fell on the dusty floor/where we waited that afternoon/until the man came out of the back room/and peeled off his rubber gloves,” (lis 16-20) and as a reader, they might know what it feels like when people have talking to the undertaker. This stanza sounds like it is scary with that undertaker have take care of the dead bodies with people they loved, so maybe that’s why Carver adds the sentence in his poem. As a reader, they might know this stanza of the poem has happening to related this world, and Carver know the readers have an experience compared to this poem. He can’t tell them about the feelings, but they know what is the feelings with this poem. Carver have another imagery that he uses the stanza of the poem, so “She only knew/that whatever was happening/was going to take money./She reached into her purse and brought up/my dad’s wallet” (lis 47-51). The wife and her son are thinking about what would happening to the father’s wallet, because they have no idea what his will for family. The father have something important for them because he love them with each other, so they don’t say a word when she’s ready to open it in the dusty floor. The final stanza of the poem is “Drew out/a handful of money that would go/toward this last, astounding, trip, (lis 59-62) and this stanza don’t say the trip is for whom; family or the father. This …show more content…
Leader have compares to the other poem is called “Dog’s Death” by John Updike, but their tones are not the same. As a parent, he or she would have to let a child go and as a owner, they have let pet go because they are becoming adults. John Updike’s poem have tells you about the owner have a pet, so they have a good time in their lives. People know a pet and a child have a spirit as a human begin. Sometimes, people think a pet is just an animal but, owners don’t think it is true because when they sees their pet, they know they are people. This author, John Updike has uses the two of the device poetics in his poem and as a reader, they might think the poem have a

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