Explainable Language Of Poetry In Remember Me By Macia A. Newton

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Have you ever fallen in love with someone? Poetry is an understandable language that expresses feelings and reading poetries make people feel better. Love is the person’s heart who get warmth and it’s the deepest feelings that mostly everyone fell in love with. I decided to use the topic of “Love” because it’s romantic and understanding poems. “ I Love You Except Because I Do Not Love You” by Pablo Neruda was explaining the feelings of anyone could possibly feels. “ Remember Me” by Macia A. Newton is describe every detail that spend together Pablo Neruda poem is earnest and sympathetic tone, while Maria A Newton poem is sincere and impassioned tone. The common thing of both poems is a couple have passions and belong together. Pablo Neruda’s poem is about how you can love someone so deeply. However, Macia A Newton’s poem is about the memories of a couple that have shared and been through a lot together. Furthermore, …show more content…
Likewise, the “ Remember Me” explains the details about how their love cannot erase. For example, in the Macia poem, it stated that, “ Did it all just happen? How do we right the wrong? I know that in my heart your arms I do belong Can we live our lives together just like it all began, and can we hold and cherish each other and remember our love again?”. ( A. Newton). By the same token, Pablo poem states that, “ In this part of the story I am the one who Dies, the only one, and I will die of love because I love you, Because I love you, Love, in fire and blood. “( Neruda). Therefore, the “ I love you..” poem and “ Remember Me” poems honest feels about someone could possible feels the same way. The message was fall in love is stronger feelings than other senses. Similarly, the both poems have in common with the person who may have fallen in love with someone. Both poems have written differently, but have common feelings of

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