Both Henry Longfellow and Robert Francis poems of “The Rainy Days” and “The Hound” describes that as long as one is live on this earth, there will be challenges they will face each and every day. These poems describes the importance of living. If one encounter a situation, they shouldn’t give up in life but to strive forward to achieve the goals they have always dreamed of. The usage of metaphor and the rhyming of the poems played a huge impact in idealism in the community. These make us understand why we shouldn’t give up in life but continue pushing forward. The usage of metaphor and the rhyming of the poems played a huge impact in idealism in the community. These make us understand why we shouldn’t give up in life but continue pushing forward. Metaphors in both poems “The Rainy Day” and “The Hound” express that the American Dream is challenging for an individual to achieve and it takes determination for that impression to be executed.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem the “Rainy Day” expressed the themes of lost and renewal of hope in a person. Also, it elaborate on grief to show how much a person’s life from the past to the future experiences affect the lives and how to overcome to overcome many challenges we face in live. Longfellow’s poem “The Rainy Day” shows a huge deal of emotional fluidity; throughout the whole entire poem. The reader is transported to an illusionary place, probably a window seat located in an eighteen-hundred parlor, which one can look on to a street full of active people seeking for safety from the menacing clouds and the heavy falling rain. Meaning that hard times will occur, it will not cease in a person’s life however, people will need to ...
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...ther way it is coming at a fast pace. "Rend me" and "befriend me" both have similar sounds, but they are two contrasting choices that the dog will make. The constant use of the word "or" shows that there is a decision that will be made. For example, if the dog was to be hostile it would use teeth, but if it was kind to the owner it would spring to the man 's bare hand with its tongue. The ambiguity of the hound in the poem is seen throughout, and it is again enhanced when the speaker uses a skeptical language. He claims that cannot tell what the dog 's intent is, and so the reader can see the distrust in the man 's attitude toward the hound. The short sentences in the poem display that the man has only a limited time to think what action the hound will take. At the end of the poem the speaker takes a more helpless view as he can only stand there "and wait the event."
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