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Seeker Of Truth Analysis



Author: poem of e.e. Cummings Type: poem Views: 37

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seeker of truth



follow no path

all paths lead where



truth is here





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Truth cannot be seek because there is no actual path in seeking out truth.Instead truth will therefore be led upon through different paths which will be led to here and now.

| Posted on 2016-08-15 | by a guest


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The poem begins with an imperative, 'follow no path' and instruction which is then backed up by the next sentence, 'all paths lead where'. e.e cummings is attempting to get readers to consider the question; where do paths lead? This deliberate attempt to get readers to pause and think is aided by the space between the second and third lines. Once the reader is ready to read the last line they have already got a deeper understanding of the truth. Then, when you read the last line, 'the truth is here', what happens when you read that? The phrase runs through your mind. Your OWN mind. When you read it it is telling you that the truth is where you interpret the line. In your OWN mind. The poem is very cleverly getting it's reader to think 'the truth is here', 'here' being the inside of our minds.

| Posted on 2015-04-16 | by a guest


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If you remove the two central lines of the poem (follow no path, all paths lead where) - and therefore you actually follow no path ! - the poem reads : seeker of truth, truth is here. You instantly get the meaning of the poem. Instead, if you "follow the path" you get lost, because you should read "all paths lead where truth is : here", but you can't.
It's great !

| Posted on 2014-08-08 | by a guest


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A seeker of truth follows a path which might appear a new one and an untrodden one, but in fact all apparently different paths are just linkroads to a highway of discovery, so we needn't take up a certain methodology to approach the scientific truth. Rather, we should instantly begin investigating right now, from the very spot where we stand on; don't think truth is just the heritage of the leading nations of the world; it can be discovered by anyone, anywhere. Hamed Aziz, Mirpur Azad Kashmir

| Posted on 2014-01-25 | by a guest


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A seeker of truth follows a path which might appear a new one and an untrodden one, but in fact all apparently different paths are just linkroads to a highway of discovery, so we needn't take up a certain methodology to approach the scientific truth. Rather, we should instantly begin investigating right now, from the very spot where we stand on; don't think truth is just the heritage of the leading nations of the world; it can be discovered by anyone, anywhere. Hamed Aziz, Mirpur Azad Kashmir

| Posted on 2014-01-25 | by a guest


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People so often search for truth outside of themselves, when the only real and attainable understanding of life is found within.

| Posted on 2012-12-19 | by a guest


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All paths lead somewhere, but the truth is already here, so don't follow a path.

| Posted on 2010-05-22 | by a guest


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A seeker of truth finds the Truth by following no path. Instead, they create their own way.

| Posted on 2010-04-14 | by a guest


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Possible analysis.you do not need to try to find the truth, truth will always become apparant!?

| Posted on 2010-04-09 | by a guest




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