Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Comparing Poems Salome, Hitcher, On My First Sonne and The Man He Kille

Comparing Poems Salome, Hitcher, On My first base Sonne and The Man He Killed The rimes, Salome, Hitcher, On My First Sonne and The Man He Killed either have similar themes. The menacing and threatening ideas that the poets social occasiond are either based around death. However, each poem has a dissimilar posture on the word with different motives and emotions. The Man He Killed is closely a man who talks of the experience he had of shooting someone and the declination he has for it. He feels guilty, as he has no conceivable write up for shooting the man. He talks of the similarities he and his foe had such as He thought hed list, perhaps, Off hand like - just as I. The use of hesitation and repetition show the threatening side of the story. It is almost as if he himself is trying to construct an image in his mind as non to make himself look or feel guilty or censurable. The use of colloquialism makes the image even more menacing as we do not u nderstand greatly of this man. Originally, it could be perceived as an old man who regrets his actions in the past. It however, could also be seen as a man who enjoyed killing but must come up with an excuse to the reasons for killing him. My foe of course he was, thats clear enough, although. The poem Hitcher has a character that expresses violence in a completely different manner. The poem is a monologue where the speaker casually admits to possibly murdering an liberal hitchhiker. The speaker tells us that he has been taking time off operate on - faking illness and not answering his phone. Being threatened with the sack, he goes in to work again and gets a lift to his hired car. As he drives out of L... ...he spot. Both of the poems are confusing and surreal as Hitcher is about the idea of jealousness compared to Salome, which is about the idea of hatred. Both The Man He Killed and On My First Sonne are menacing in a different way. They two are a bout guilt and empathy. The Man he Killed is a outstanding monologue of a man confessing to murder whereas On My First Sonne is an plaint to his Son. In On My First Sonne the man is desperate for the reason why his son was taken and feels hassle and rage. When compared to The Man He Killed, he is look for the reason for why he shot him but feels neither pain nor anger. All the poems show menacing and threatening ideas but are not all based around violence. The poets use technical methods to hide a story. They do this by using repetition of words, hesitations and enjambment.

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