Love after Love:
1. The effect of the poet choosing to address the reader by using 2nd person is that you feel like the poet is talking to you, and that you feel that the poet gives you hope if you have been in love or any reason that makes you feel like this person does in the poem.
2. The effects of the imperatives are that the poet is trying to give us commands like “Sit” and “Feast”.
3. This effect on the ‘feast’, “ Feast on your life” basically shows that you shouldn't have any regrets in your life and that you should enjoy it.
4. The effect of the enjambment and commas create a ‘deep’ effect. It creates a feeling that you want to keep on reading, as if you can relate to the poem and you don’t want it to end.
5. The repetition, the use of personal pronouns and the poem could be religious, autobiographical and sad.
1. The effect on onomatopoeia makes the poem seem life-like. You really understand what is happening by having the words “crash”, “bang” etc.
2. The effect of having vivid imagery furniture makes it easier to understand all these strange happenings. The furniture symbolizes the person and their life.
3. The importance to have the single line on the end is to show emphasis on how the poet is feeling.
4. The enjambment shows the emphasis on the happy ending and the meaning show that not all bad things carry on in life, you can have a happy life and that ‘light always overpowers darkness’.
5. The use of metaphors and how it is linked to Love after Love.
Not my business
1. The effect of using a narrative is that you feel included in the story, you feel like you have a hands on experience like you are really there in the poem.
2. It changes at the end as what is happening with the other people happens to the poet.
3. The poem is about suffering in the country (the government is to do with the people’s suffering), so as the government is to blame the as the... [continues]
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