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Snow in the Suburbs Analysis



Author: Poetry of Thomas Hardy Type: Poetry Views: 869

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Every branch big with it,

Bent every twig with it;

Every fork like a white web-foot;

Every street and pavement mute:

Some flakes have lost their way, and grope back upward when

Meeting those meandering down they turn and descend again.

The palings are glued together like a wall,

And there is no waft of wind with the fleecy fall.

A sparrow enters the tree,

Whereon immediately

A snow-lump thrice his own slight size

Descends on him and showers his head and eye

And overturns him,

And near inurns him,

And lights on a nether twig, when its brush

Starts off a volley of other lodging lumps with a rush.

The steps are a blanched slope,

Up which, with feeble hope,

A black cat comes, wide-eyed and thin;

And we take him in.





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So, naturally, when the Whistler Half Marathon was anunonced last fall, I decided to sign up.a0 On January 4 I signed my name in blood to the WHM roster – or so it felt like. Read my first post about the half here.

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I am going through the book again and pulnlig out the key concepts and taking notes. It is tough with the kindle to pull out notes and things, that is the only drawback.I just checked out and dig it .going to add it to my resource list! Brian x x

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that he was usually ameazd and pleased with what he saw come out of his typewriter, and that he wrote so much because he wanted to see what he would say next. That's how I feel about this paragraph. I was surprised to see it on my screen as I wasn't feeling terribly poetic at the time. It's interesting what can happen when a person gets out of his own way.

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Hey Amber,Iam super stoked that you have cheson to do your first half here in your home town of Whistler we are hopeful that many others will do the same and we will experience a big growth in the sport of running here. Looks like based on your entry here that you are off to a good start with some great gear and plan to train well done! I look forward to seeing you on June 4th at the finish line!

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It seems that throughout this piece the general clarity of it is clear however one must pertain as to how the idea came to the alleged author. What inspired him? Perhaps the cat has some relevance towards the issue.

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This poem by Thomas Hardy is very effective because it has similes and metaphors. The main phrase PQA'd is 'fleecy fall'This gives a sense of warmth but coolness at the same time just like an oxymoron. The fleecy part represents the Fleece from sheep but the fall brings a sense of hardness. In the phrase 'some flakes have lost their way, and grope back upward. The poet uses personification effectively because the snow flakes are shown as having a journey and purpose.
I have to say this is one of the best poems from Thomas Hardy

| Posted on 2010-06-07 | by a guest


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This poem by Thomas Hardy is very effective because it has similes and metaphors. The main phrase PQA'd is 'fleecy fall'This gives a sense of warmth but coolness at the same time just like an oxymoron. The fleecy part represents the Fleece from sheep but the fall brings a sense of hardness. In the phrase 'some flakes have lost their way, and grope back upward. The poet uses personification effectively because the snow flakes are shown as having a journey and purpose.
I have to say this is one of the best poems from Thomas Hardy

| Posted on 2010-06-07 | by a guest




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