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Forsaken , The Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Wordsworth Type: Poetry Views: 645

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The peace which other seek they find;

The heaviest storms not longet last;

Heaven grants even to the guiltiest mind

An amnesty for what is past;

When will my sentence be reversed?

I only pray to know the worst;

And wish as if my heart would burst.



O weary struggle! silent year

Tell seemingly no doubtful tale;

And yet they leave it short, and fear

And hopes are strong and will prevail.

My calmest faith escapes not pain;

And, feeling that the hope in vain,

I think that he will come again.










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This poem tells us about life of William Wordsworth.His loneliness and his sadness.

| Posted on 2013-08-01 | by a guest


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I believe this is a poem about Wordsworth\'s life. It might mean that he wishes a lost child will come again, or perhaps a brother that he wronged.

| Posted on 2011-01-15 | by a guest


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This poem talks about about a man's struggle in life to find forgiveness, to find a way out of his pain. However, despite his suffering, he does not lose hope and has faith that 'he will come again', and then he will be free.

| Posted on 2009-09-17 | by a guest


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The poem talks about lost hope and feelings full of loneliness and helplessness.
It shows how people are looking for peace and forgiveness for their bad actions and sins and they finally find what they need. But the poet’s feelings reveal his desperation and pessimism because even he has waited, maybe for much time, he has not found forgiveness and he only fears that his “sentence” - for his bad actions - never fades away and it continues chasing him. He is alone, he is losing his faith slowly and so his hope, but he still wants to believe that something is going to help him and he will receive the peace that he needs, just like the other persons who were saved before. The poem’s title resumes how the poet feels, he assumes his situation sadly, and he calls himself “The forsaken”.


| Posted on 2007-09-02 | by a guest


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“The Forsaken” is a poem that as a whole is Wordsworth, his presence and personality. This poem expressed how lonely Wordsworth felt with life, his challenges what to over come and where he has been left, leading towards the let down. With the strength he never gives up and looks towards a higher faith. “My calmest faith escapes not pain; And, feeling that the hope in vain, I think that he will come again.” (Lines 12-14) He feels that to each his own, we all seek peace at mind even in our worst time when the luck runs low, as he feels his hand with luck falls short. Wordsworth doesn’t need luck to prevail.
CmM

| Posted on 2007-01-29 | by a guest


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“The Forsaken” is a poem that as a whole is Wordsworth, his presence and personality. This poem expressed how lonely Wordsworth felt with life, his challenges what to over come and where he has been left, leading towards the let down. With the strength he never gives up and looks towards a higher faith. “My calmest faith escapes not pain; And, feeling that the hope in vain, I think that he will come again.” (Lines 12-14) He feels that to each his own, we all seek peace at mind even in our worst time when the luck runs low, as he feels his hand with luck falls short. Wordsworth doesn’t need luck to prevail.
CmM

| Posted on 2007-01-29 | by a guest


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this poems about how lonley wordworth always was and how he was always getting let down (my calmest faith escapes not pain)but how he never gave up on things(and, feeling that the hope in vain, I think that he will come again)it also talks about how he though that everything came easier to others then it did to him, that he thinks hes been punished or cursed with bad luck (entire first verse). Im looking this up for a damn assignment and theres no info for it anywhere so i had to interpret the thing myself and now im leaving the interpretation on the net so next time someone looks it up they will be able to find something. CB

| Posted on 2006-02-26 | by Approved Guest




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