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The Oak Analysis



Author: Poetry of Alfred Lord Tennyson Type: Poetry Views: 190

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Live thy life,

Young and old,

Like yon oak,

Bright in spring,

Living gold;Summer-rich

Then; and then

Autumn-changed,

Soberer hued

Gold again.All his leaves

Fall'n at length,

Look, he stands,

Trunk and bough,

Naked strength.






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The life of an oak is a metaphor for human life. In spring the oak is golden, lively, tender and has a lot of strength. Similarly, a young human is attractive lively and tender with a lot of energy. As the seasons change, there is a change in the oak.the tree is rich in fruits and flowers. This stage of the oak corresponds to the middle aged human. In autumn the tree grows older and starts losing its leaves . All the flowers die, leaving the oak looking sober. Similarly an old human starts losing its strength and is sober and serious. After this the oak loses all it's leaves and a human loses all his strength, but he is the strongest because of the experience, wisdom, and knowledge he has gained all these years...

| Posted on 2015-03-02 | by a guest


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this poem is about the comparison of an oak and a human.
it portrays the different stages of life.

| Posted on 2014-03-13 | by a guest




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