Physical journeys can impact upon the traveler in many ways. They can be faced with obstacles which can impact on the traveler and will need to overcome. Physical journeys can impact upon the traveler in various ways. This is shown in Dawes poem “last seen at 12.10am” where a mother is on a journey to find her missing daughter. This is also evident in Michael James Rowland 2007 film “Lucky Miles”, where a group of men’s inner journey of friendship despite differences goes through obstacles which they overcome. Another impact upon a traveler is also shown in Bruce Dawe poem “Drifters” which a frustrated mother’s journey of disappointment, which has impacted her when suddenly faced with picking up her belongings and being, forced to move. A visual text which shows journeys can impact upon the traveler is the front cover of Victor Khellers book “The Ivory Trail”.
“Last seen 12.10 AM” shows how the mothers views of the world change when she is out looking for her daughter. Repetition is used to emphasize the impact and experience through the description of how she ‘sinks’ out of sight from broadsheet and from tabloid and sinks also from the screen that bore her sorrow. This repetition of ‘sinks’ emphasizes the mothers story sinking from the public and suggesting her hope of finding her daughter again is also sinking. As the mother realizes she is living in a cruel world of pranksters and people who don’t care on helping her find her daughter shows,” This mighty mother has contrived a poster image of her daughter lately torn”. The impact of this journey is not being able to find her daughter right away, the public make it difficult for her to find her daughter due to them ripping down the posters and prank calling her giving her false locations to where her daughter may be. Alliteration has been used in the poem to emphasis the mother’s role “might mother”.
Michael James Rowland film “Lucky Miles” shows how the refugees are faced with an obstacle which impacts...
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