This essay Mister has a total of 320 words and 2 pages.
There are some ways for us to identify the type of a poem, but the meaning and thoughts are endless for a reader as well as for a writer. She seems to compare death to various unpleasant abstract and concrete objects, such as splinter, cape brushes, eternal nothingness, etc. The writer misses her child and feels that she didn"tmt do enough or didn"tmt love enough and that the death came too soon. Two poems are very different from each other in structure and almost every aspect, yet they have several things that are alike. We created this image in order for us to be reminded that not only death exists, we also need to physically see it and be afraid of it. We can also find several ideas that author didn"tmt attempt for us to think of. In the second poem "Lost Sister", author describes a loss of a family member who is gone, but not forever. The use of figurative language keeps a reader interested and perhaps helps himher visualize the picture in depth and makes our brains stimulated by having us link abstract with concrete. As the author mentions it in line12: "To move freely was a luxury, stolen from them at birth", tells us how much freedom daughters had back in China. Although both poems are tragic, "Lost Sister" brings less feelings of sadness. The Levertov"tms poem consists of seven columns with uneven amount of lines, where Song"tms poem is made out of two parts that has no significant separation from each other. The fact that a "Lost Sister" could have a better life and more opportunities over seas instead of being on a lockdown at home. Line 30 through line 34, Levertov also talks about taking life for granted. "the whirling cinder we love but not enough"". "But in another wilderness, the possibilities, the loneliness, can strangulate like jungle vines.
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