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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: yellowelephant764 | Category: Cite database research paper

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    beautifultiger442 18 Jan 2017 02:48

    In the poem “Loneliness” by Laura Cortes there seems to exist a small hope and wish for the past. The poem has many lines that seem to show an echo for the similarities of harvesting the apples and the harvest of life itself. Through the course of the poem, the speaker uses the word ghosts to hint at the death of family members. The line “Now he and the trees are tired and old. “ (14) Obviously hints to the speaker being of old age.

    The man in the poem seems to reiterate the fact that he is headed towards the end of his life several times. He also seems to view the trees he had planted so long ago with much endearment. The lines “He takes care of them every week; / he planted the trees forty summers ago” (5-6) make it very clear that he still much cares for the trees. As he “remembers wonderful harvests” (9) he mentions the workers on his farm “with forty hands helping and carrying,” tending to the family of trees, while his “young and united family smiling. “ (12) watches on.

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    yellowgorilla769 17 Jan 2017 23:05

    In the poem “Loneliness” by Laura Cortes there seems to exist a small hope and wish for the past. The poem has many lines that seem to show an echo for the similarities of harvesting the apples and the harvest of life itself. Through the course of the poem, the speaker uses the word ghosts to hint at the death of family members. The line “Now he and the trees are tired and old. “ (14) Obviously hints to the speaker being of old age.

    The man in the poem seems to reiterate the fact that he is headed towards the end of his life several times. He also seems to view the trees he had planted so long ago with much endearment. The lines “He takes care of them every week; / he planted the trees forty summers ago” (5-6) make it very clear that he still much cares for the trees. As he “remembers wonderful harvests” (9) he mentions the workers on his farm “with forty hands helping and carrying,” tending to the family of trees, while his “young and united family smiling. “ (12) watches on.

    In the poem Loneliness by Laura Cortes there seems to exist a small hope and wish for the past. The poem has many lines that seem to show an echo for the similarities of harvesting the apples and the harvest of life itself. Through the course of the poem, the speaker uses the word ghosts to hint at the death of family members. The line Now he and the trees are tired and old. (14) Obviously hints to the speaker being of old age.

    The man in the poem seems to reiterate the fact that he is headed towards the end of his life several times. He also seems to view the trees he had planted so long ago with much endearment. The lines He takes care of them every week; / he planted the trees forty summers ago (5-6) make it very clear that he still much cares for the trees. As he remembers wonderful harvests (9) he mentions the workers on his farm with forty hands helping and carrying, tending to the family of trees, while his young and united family smiling. (12) watches on.

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    Ira Azure 18 Jan 2017 03:54

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    heavybear814 18 Jan 2017 05:14

    In the poem “Loneliness” by Laura Cortes there seems to exist a small hope and wish for the past. The poem has many lines that seem to show an echo for the similarities of harvesting the apples and the harvest of life itself. Through the course of the poem, the speaker uses the word ghosts to hint at the death of family members. The line “Now he and the trees are tired and old. “ (14) Obviously hints to the speaker being of old age.

    The man in the poem seems to reiterate the fact that he is headed towards the end of his life several times. He also seems to view the trees he had planted so long ago with much endearment. The lines “He takes care of them every week; / he planted the trees forty summers ago” (5-6) make it very clear that he still much cares for the trees. As he “remembers wonderful harvests” (9) he mentions the workers on his farm “with forty hands helping and carrying,” tending to the family of trees, while his “young and united family smiling. “ (12) watches on.

    In the poem Loneliness by Laura Cortes there seems to exist a small hope and wish for the past. The poem has many lines that seem to show an echo for the similarities of harvesting the apples and the harvest of life itself. Through the course of the poem, the speaker uses the word ghosts to hint at the death of family members. The line Now he and the trees are tired and old. (14) Obviously hints to the speaker being of old age.

    The man in the poem seems to reiterate the fact that he is headed towards the end of his life several times. He also seems to view the trees he had planted so long ago with much endearment. The lines He takes care of them every week; / he planted the trees forty summers ago (5-6) make it very clear that he still much cares for the trees. As he remembers wonderful harvests (9) he mentions the workers on his farm with forty hands helping and carrying, tending to the family of trees, while his young and united family smiling. (12) watches on.

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    Loneliness : An Interpretation

    The poem , Loneliness ' by Laura Cortes talks about the universal experience of loneliness. The poem narrates the experience of a man who lives in the highlands and whose business is growing apples. The first stanza provides the background of the man and the setting. In the poem the man lives in a stone house in the mountains. Literally , this means that the man has built his house in the highlands or in a farm where he grows apples. The house is said to be surrounded by memories