In this essay I am going to include the following; the poets attitude to his subject, the poets descriptive skills, the language used, how the poem affects me, and more.
I think he did this as it suggests November is the month where the leaves start falling off the trees. It is the month when everything starts turning dark and cold, which I think states death.
It is the month before December, which is considered the end, meaning the grandma in the poem is close to dying. I think Simon Remarriage names the poem this as the poem has to do with death. I believe that you have to read the poem before understanding the title, this because the word November could mean anything, but since the poem is about death we can connect the title with death more. Secondly, the messages that were given throughout this poem implies that there is an on going cycle and that we are all going to die.
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This is shown when the character in the poem says We are almost these monsters. The old people that the characters were describing were dying, meaning they were almost becoming these monsters. Simon Remarriage uses different descriptive skills during the poem. To begin with the author makes the poem interesting by comparing two completely different things.
This makes the poem more interesting as Remarriage uses artificial and real things together. Another key descriptive skill to consider is that the author use fresh and varied vocabulary. Rather than using old people Remarriage uses the word monster to make the reader think more about what the he meant.
The author, Simon Remarriage, does not tell us who John is. Simon Remarriage uses images to describe the grandma very clearly, so it is easy to image what is happening to her and what she is doing. This tells us that the characters in the poem wants to find the good in life, not bad, so they decide to get out of the miserable life they are in now and start a new fresh healthy loving life.
I believe you should live life to its fullest because if you go around wondering all day when a you or someone else is going to die you would live your life to the fullest, you would go around worrying which is not what life is about. Life is about living to the fullest extent, and making the most out of it. Submissions may need to be developed to adhere to our Guide for Indigenous Editing and Writing.
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