self-unconsciousness. It dramatizes conflict between the opposing principles of love and
fear. This conflict transmits no explanation to what the speaker represent and what the
poet indicates. From You Fit Into Me, offer the impression of love in a dark, mystifying
way. The poet points to a specific object packed on an emotional content of obsession
dependence toward violence. The writer, from an extreme frame of mind, exposes
viciousness by something in humane and excruciating painful. Nevertheless, the poem
convey a angst-ridden attitude, melancholy and thoughts of suicide.
The poem gives a direct and limited words of the poet’s feelings. For
example, the poem is a common figure of speech call the simile and follows the anapestic
metrical feet. The anapest begins on the second stanza stress on the words “hook” and
“eye“, and the eye emphasize the essential focus through the poem.
“You fit into me” tones a message of insincerity, losing oneself in an
overpowering experience of a “a fish hook”(1,3). The versifier reaches across the gap of
silence to be in touch toward the reader. Then, the reader is aware of something uneasily
vibrant in the words “an open eye,” an strange one for a common fact of hurt, and an
abnormal disturbance of discipline into a realm usually consecrated to the feelings(4).
This poetry come from the poet’s desire to make contact with a lover, a relative, or a
The first stanza, the writer used “you fit into me” making the speaker’s voice to
created a vivid sight of being in love. The person who reads is persuaded to see in its
mind’s eyes a symbol of love and connection (1). The words gives an impression of a
feeling try to find an understanding of that moment.
In the second stanza, “like a hook into the eye” concept referring a strong
ineffable feeling toward...