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    In Amanda Jernigan’s poem “Exclosure”, the speaker delivers the message that writing is a process of capturing and protecting the composition from being exposed to critiques or misinterpretations. The speaker is alarmed at the thought of her poem growing out of control and no longer in her discipline, therefore she creates a sanctuary to deny the poem exposure and vulnerability to an audience. The speaker is aware that each time a poem is read, it takes on new interpretations and meanings and it…

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    poem started out with the speaker started off with a cautious and intimidated tone. The speaker also made contrast between the ethnic groups and how she feels about her fellow African American counterpart. The speaker give best displayed this when they using the imagery to convey her thoughts. For instance, when talking about his clothing and appearance they said, “He had the casual look of a mugger, alert under hooded lids,” From there it’s a bit clear why the speaker felt intimidated and…

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    The Lady of Death Proverbs 5:1-5 The father warns his son by shining his light into the adulterer's dark den of lust. Here the father, Solomon, continues to warn his son about the impending dangers in life. He exhorts his son to pay special attention to the words of wisdom he is about to give. Solomon directs his son's attention to this woman's fair speech. Her words are sweet and smooth they role attractively right off her tung. She is able to hide the real substance of her words with her…

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    woods or is he contemplating suicide? This poem seems so pleasant, but I believe it indicates a deeper concern to the theme of suicide. While analyzing the text, in the first stanza, the speaker in the ballad, locates us to where…

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    The Weakness of Death “On Death, Without Exaggeration” by Wislawa Szymborska is an observation of Death by a third party. The speaker is discussing how little power Death has in a life. Many people feel that death is omnipotent and they have no power over this. The speaker is using evidence seen over many years to show the reader that Death is not an all powerful entity. Death is the same awkward truth in life just like it was when the world first began. Szymborska uses persona, personification,…

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    effective if the speaker knows how to sweep the audience off its feet. The speaker must be passionate about the topic and have the ability to make the audience feel a strong sense of change. A Ted speaker would be the best choice because they are gifted with the ability to connect with the audience. If anyone has ever seen a Ted talk they completely understand the point. If one has yet to see one then it is recommended they see one as soon as possible. Josue Arteaga will be the speaker because…

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    Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” is a reflection of her personal feelings with her fathers. The poem “Daddy” is a emotion filled poem that is dark and sad. The poem makes the reader feel sad for Sylvia and they try to understand the struggles Sylvia went through. The poem makes references to the holocaust and Sylvia's experiences growing up during World War ii. The darkness of this poem comes from the anger Sylvia has from her father passing away and leaving her to look for him in another man. Sylvia…

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    those who would do anything for personal gain. Browning portrays the speaker as deceptive and bent on revenge. As the speaker observes the poison being made she “(gazes) thro’ …. faint smokes curling whitely”. The first image…

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    human experience that she fails to follow learned protocols--something that incites judgment and discomfort from those around her, as witnessing such a scene disturbs those existing on a subdued emotional plane. In a cafe, or perhaps a diner, the speaker witnesses the strange curiosity of a young woman failing to follow the protocols of ordering…

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    The Road Poem Annotations

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    The poem opens introducing a long and dark street. The speaker walks through the street clumsily, stumbling around due to the darkness. He hears his feet on the stones and the leaves, but also hears someone else behind him. The person behind him is doing everything the speaker is doing, but when the speaker turns around, there is no one there. The speaker can’t see or make out anything, only his footsteps. He follows the endless street around its endless corners, and says that no one…

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