Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Analysis of Report to Wordsworth

cut done to Wordsworth, a poem by Boey Kim Cheng, is one that speaks of the path of destruction through nature that man is go forth behind him. I personally aline the poem powerful and extremely convincing, in the sense that it manages to challenge the reader very objectively. You should be here, Nature has need of you involves the reader directly, and the use of a Capital letter personifies nature in such a focus it makes one feel her pain.The following lines are significantly symbolic, as the talking to sky slowing can be interpreted as the population itself turning much slower than before, the life and vibrancy leaking out of it. The fibre to a dying clock may make the reader see that nature has very limited time remaining and that death is at its doorstep. Smothered by the smog, this line refers directly to, I believe, the unhealthful smoke and gases that spoil our air, literally smothering us.This description has the impressive solution of creating a feeling of suff ocation, accurately reflecting the idea that is trying to be communicated. References to the bully ancient Greek gods of the seas, Proteus and Triton create an incredible effect, notably the one that depicts two of the most powerful beings in existence essay and pitiable at the hands of man. All hopes of Proteus rising from the sea have sunk, this direct allusion to the tons of pollution man creates is particularly strong as it sends a message along the lines our oceans are so polluted even the sea god is forced away.Tritons notes struggle to be freehorns are choked, his eyes are fuzzy The idea of man being able to cause such suffering to the gods themselves emphasises all the more the idea of them causing massive destruction to nature. Neptune lies disoriented as a beach whale, while insatiate man moves in for the kill the adjective insatiate depicts man as being uncivilized and cruel. The following lines may be interpreted from the point of view of poets, who a good deal sit and write of what they see around them, watching the ocean, or entire fields of green countryside.They are now failing as these things that were in one case so beautiful are slowly being destroyed. Cheng here presents an raise image, notably that of a wound widening in the sky, which personally makes me think of our ozone layer getting worn away by pollution, leaving the world at mercy. There is also here a circumspect allusion to the poem Composed upon Westminster Bridge, the poem by William Wordsworth (Chengs poem is a response to this particular piece of work).God is labouring to utter his break down cry is, I find, the perfect ending to the poem, as it once once more alludes to God himself struggling against what man has caused to the world. The poems tone is well morose, along with a rhythm that I would compare to a funeral march. The asynchronous transfer mode is quite deep and the voice could be that of surrender, as the poet does not sign any possibility of mankind being capable of turning this slip around. I feel that this poem can be morally challenge and is very successful in making us understand the sobriety of the worlds condition.

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