• The Sick Rose
    Q1. What does the rose signify here in the poem The Sick Rose? Ans1. The rose is a beautiful flower. In the poem The Sick Rose the poet chooses the flower rose to signify all that is tender, beautiful and admired by man. The rose also signifies the tender feeling of love which has made life...
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  • The Sick Rose
    * In bed Sense, Mood and Tone * Gloomy * Unhappy * Depressed * Scary * Mysterious Literary Features * Pesonification * Allegory * Imagery * Symbol * Metaphor * Irony and paradox * Dark secret love * Sick rose...
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  • Literature
    Everything has a price. Nothing in life is free. The Sick Rose by William Blake describes the high price paid by some for a taste of passion’s sweet nectar. Seemingly a simple poem, it is anything but. It is the tale of a dark and dangerous affair. Blake uses personification symbolism, and...
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  • Gregory Crewdson "Beneath the Roses"
    bed with its crumpled blankets and wrinkled sheets and pillows askew. An uprooted rosebush, bare without its flowers or leaves, lies beside her on the bed. She looks down with an air of longing and remorse towards her hands, which hold a pile of rose petals. On the indigo-colored carpet, near her...
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  • Life is not the Bed of roses
    Life is not the bed of roses neither it is the bed of thorns. A person is himself or herself responsible for making his or her life either the bed of roses or the bed of thorns. Success in every field of life never comes to you on its own. You have to strive hard to get to it. As the example of...
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  • Life
    hardships make a person strong and ready to face the challenges of life with equanimity. There is no doubt that there can be no gain without pain. It is only when one toils and sweats it out that success is nourished and sustained. Thus, life is and should not be just a bed of roses; thorns are also a...
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  • Angelique Van Niekerk
    hardships make a person strong and ready to face the challenges of life with equanimity. There is no doubt that there can be no gain without pain. It is only when one toils and sweats it out that success is nourished and sustained. Thus, life is and should not be just a bed of roses; thorns are also a...
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  • Its all about life
    life would soon overcome the prick of thorns. Those, who are under the impression that life is a bed of roses are disillusioned soon and become victims of depression and frustration. One who faces difficulties with courage and accepts success without letting it go to its head is the one who...
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  • The Lamb vs. the Rose: a Comparison of William Blake
    Blake continues on in first person, explaining to the lamb exactly who made it and who was responsible for giving it life. In The Sick Rose, Blake also uses the first person to talk to the "sick rose". He uses the first person tense to tell the "rose" about the worm that has found out it's bed and...
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  • The Sick Rose
    the second stanza. “Has found out thy bed Of crimson joy,” this line catches my attention. The worm to me is like reality to someone’s love life. Blake uses “…thy bed Of crimson joy,” to present a death of the rose or a break up. That certain line from the poem puts a complete shadow into the...
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  • Creative Dialogue
    of drugs, alcohol, and gold, my favorite things in life, well, besides you, of course. That’s it. Happy now? I am going to bed. Rose: I shouldn’t have asked. Will: God, you are so sheltered and boring! Rose: Excuse me? Will: Forget it. Night. Rose: I am going to take a sleeping pill. I have a twelve-hour shift tomorrow at the pet store. Will: Do whatever you need to do to. Sweet dreams... ...
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  • Life Is Not a Bed of Roses
    Life isnt a bed of roses. Its full of ups and downs. It is like an endless ocean and we are sailing in a boat in its amid amid its vastness. We want to touch the shore but its not visible. Its there is water everywhere.  Dont you think it will would become get hard for us to survive in this...
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  • it is not what u look at that matters,but what u see
    grass and flowers of every colour. He suddenly remembered his promise to Beauty to bring her a rose. At that moment, he saw something in the middle of a flowerbed. "Just look at that rose! I have never seen anything so beautiful in all my life!" The rose was pink, but inside it there was a golden...
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  • Horror Story
    getting sucked into the picture. They continued to push until he was completely engulfed and became a still life inside of the painting. Mini screamed, but soon enough her screams turned into a maniac’s laughter. Rose and Dexter joined her, pointing at King. They were making fun of his problem, his...
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  • Lesson Plan
    and was angry with the merchant for …………. the roses without permission. The old man was frightened and begged for his life. The beast agreed to let the merchant go if he brought Beauty to his castle. When the merchant reached home, he told beauty what happened. Out of her great love to her father...
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  • Cause and Effect Essay
    breath shall testify thou livest.The roses in thy lips and cheeks shall fade To paly ashes, thy eyes' windows fall Like death when he shuts up the day of life. Each part, deprived of supple government, Shall, stiff and stark and cold, appear like death. And in this borrowed likeness of shrunk death Thou...
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  • Life is not a bet of roses
    Life is not a bed of roses. There are more sorrows than joys in life, if someone thinks deeply about it and becomes upset, he can never be happy. We cannot ignore the bitter truths of life and can only search some moments of happiness to keep ourselves satisfied. The idea of a happy life differs...
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  • Learning Experience
    in satin Lay me down on a bed of roses Sink me in the river at dawn Send me away with the words of a love song The sharp knife of a short life Well, I've had just enough time And I'll be wearing white when I come into your kingdom I'm as green as the ring on my little cold finger I've never...
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  • The Beauty and the Beast
    embraced her again, he was soon on the road to recovery. Beauty stayed beside him for hours on end, describing her life at the Castle, and explaining that the Beast was really good and kind. The days flashed past, and at last the merchant was able to leave his bed. He was completely well again. Beauty...
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  • Samuel Coleridge
    three of them in the bedroom. On the bed laid Hana's motionless body. She's covered from shoulder to feet by a white feather filled comfort. Her eyes closed as if she's dead. "What if she's not one of us?! What will you do?" Rose turns to Hiro. "We'll have to kill her of course," Hiro answers...
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