The Thing

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As I breathe in it cleanses me,
The sounds surround me –
Going to a beat of a drum,
The masses know it’s coming,
As the lights dim –
The earth trembles waiting for the end.

The cry of the distress is ignored
Causing the pain to go deeper,
Searching for some escape,
Who will answer?
As I breathe in it enlightens me.

Summary of Imitation
The poem “The Awakening” was modeled after the poem “Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman and contains many of the same style distinctions. In Whitman’s poem repetition is used as is using the first person “I” which is showed in “The Awakening.” In both poems the senses are both aroused and engaged. There is depth to the words and very causal. Both poems are free verse and does not have a set rhyming pattern. There is also a use of rhetorical questions and alliteration. The poems have interplay and have some interaction with the audience.

Summary of Imitation
The poem “The Awakening” was modeled after the poem “Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman and contains many of the same style distinctions. In Whitman’s poem repetition is used as is using the first person “I” which is showed in “The Awakening.” In both poems the senses are both aroused and engaged. There is depth to the words and very causal. Both poems are free verse and does not have a set rhyming pattern. There is also a use of rhetorical questions and alliteration. The poems have interplay and have some interaction with the audience.

Flowers bloom nature strives,
Smiling as they pass by.
The leaves watch, whispering in the wind, telling forgotten stories.

I am the shaper of change holding the future in my hand.
As I breathe in I am relived,
The sounds slide away silently
I am at peace.
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