Analysis Of Divorce

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When he or she mention they are going through or has been through a “Divorce”, we as human beings feels sympathetic to that person. Divorce is by no means a pleasant experience to male or female. The Dictionary defines divorce as “formal separation of husband and wife according to established custom” (Dictionary). For those who have not experienced it can not be compared themselves to it. Davis talks about in his article “Marriage: Seasons of Marriage”, that marriage is a life long experience however for some the experience runs short, like myself have recently went through a divorce. “Expert or not, marriage is hard work, At times you consider quitting. Creating a lasting marriage is a humbling experience. It is part skill, part luck, elbow grease and blind determination” (Davis). It turned my life around for the better. Sometimes people change for the better when he or she experience it. Billy Collins poem Divorce, talks about a couple going through a divorce using imagery, tone and…show more content…
Beginning of the marriage both man and wife is happy as one unit. This shows in the beginning of the poem “two spoons in bed” (Collins, Line 1). Then things began to get rough and disruptive. In “Emotional Stages of Divorce article, “The decision to end a relationship can be traumatic, chaotic, and filled with contradictory emotions. There are also specific feelings, attitudes, and dynamics associated with whether one is in the role of the initiator or the receiver of the decision to breakup. It may also be helpful to understand that marriages do not breakdown overnight; the breakup is not the result of one incident; nor is the breakup the entire fault of one party. The emotional breaking up process typically extends over several years and is confounded by each party being at different stages in the emotional process while in the same stage of the physical (or legal) process.”

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