Analysis Of The Poem ' Past Line, Death Strikes '
Vestiges, an Analysis
Vestiges, by A. Van. Jordan, on the surface, is a free verse, short, and well written poem. The narrator is the speaker, and it is 6 stanzas and 6 sentences alike. Technically strong, and inbred with gorgeous imagery, Vestiges is not easily forgotten. It’s depth however, exceeds the simple haunting of the baseline beauty. The speaker in the poem fears death; he fears the anonymity that accompanies it. With this, he seeks companionships in the act. Contemplation of morality