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Solar Analysis



Author: Poetry of Philip Larkin Type: Poetry Views: 370

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High Windows1964Suspended lion face

Spilling at the centre

Of an unfurnished sky

How still you stand,

And how unaided

Single stalkless flower

You pour unrecompensed.The eye sees you

Simplified by distance

Into an origin,

Your petalled head of flames

Continuously exploding.

Heat is the echo of your

Gold.Coined there among

Lonely horizontals

You exist openly.

Our needs hourly

Climb and return like angels.

Unclosing like a hand,

You give for ever.






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Metaphor for God. 'Into an origin'. Constant, giving. Mono-theist religion = Sun worship.

| Posted on 2009-02-23 | by a guest


.: Analysis of Solar :.

A metaphor for immortality the sun is never ending The sibalence in the 1st first links the poem by sound Absent persona odd for Larkin emphasised by 2nd person "you" Many words emphasising distance of people to the sun "Single stalkless flower" "Unclosing hand" impossibilities we are so different to the sun Full stops in the final stanza suggests matter of fact attitude Biblical reference. Jacobs ladder "Climb and return like angels" more spiritual than necessary

| Posted on 2008-01-28 | by a guest


.: Analysis of Solar :.

A metaphor for immortality the sun is never ending The sibalence in the 1st first links the poem by sound Absent persona odd for Larkin emphasised by 2nd person "you" Many words emphasising distance of people to the sun "Single stalkless flower" "Unclosing hand" impossibilities we are so different to the sun Full stops in the final stanza suggests matter of fact attitude Biblical reference. Jacobs ladder "Climb and return like angels" more spiritual than necessary

| Posted on 2008-01-28 | by a guest




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