Short paper number 1 One of poets best and unique writer, whom live have changed as a teenage little girl, shortly after she marries Tomas Dudley, was on the voyage to a new world “America”. This quite amazing child was Anna Bradstreet, who later in her journey wrote “Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House” This poem, without doubt, as of many off her poems, is a pure example of Puritan writing. The first several lines of the poem indicate her truly believe in faith and values. As of one of those chilling moments of her live, Anna’s poem is entirely about her own feelings as she haplessly watches her house burning as thousands of kindles. Her writing makes readers as if they were experiencing same emotions and thoughts as she was at the time. Anna’s way of rhymes affects the way the entire poem flows as each rhyme has a unique feeling, emotion, and interpretation. Also, it abides the reader to process the two rhyming lines together before going on to the next few. As a very well educational woman, her choices of words are one of the consciousnesses with extremely strong connotations. Using such as words as ashes, ruin, fire, succor-less, and more, are an indication on extraordinary severity of the damage as her home is at the edge of being destroyed by the fire, with all the possessions and memories. On the other hand, she contracts those words with vocabularies such as treasure, love, and hope. These two unalike groups of descriptions through these words, describes material possessions, and the other on her faith and affiliation with God. This is obviously suggestion that Anna’s first priorities are God and salvation.
Anne’s smart implication of the Bible believes illustrates how explicitly she is smart of talking believes and using them in her poem as she has in "Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House." Such as; "I blest His name that gave and took." There are many biblical verses that indeed show how God has given all of us