Analysis Of Amy Lowells Poem A
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Analysis of Amy Lowell's Poem 'A Decade';
In 'A Decade,'; a poem by Amy Lowell, the reader is shown how a lover's attitude can go from infatuation at first to just predictability and love. In this poem Lowell uses imagery and similes to elaborate on the feelings of the speaker towards his/her lover. In the beginning of the relationship the speaker is infatuated with the lover, and Lowell expresses this infatuation through the use of a simile in line one when comparing the lover to 'red wine and honey';. As the relationship goes on deeper into the decade a comparison between the lover and 'morning bread'; is made in line three, showing the reader that instead of being like 'red wine and honey'; in the beginning, which burnt the speaker's mouth with sweetness, now the lover is perceived as being 'smooth and pleasant';.
The speaker of the poem could either be male or female, who is in love with someone and has been with that person for a...
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