Poem Analysis.pdf - Eric Wang 2019\/7\/5 In the poem\u201d My Heart Leaps Up\u201d William Wordsworth uses metaphor repetition and epigram to develop his love

Poem Analysis.pdf - Eric Wang 2019/7/5 In the poemu201d...

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Eric Wang 2019/7/5 In the poem” My Heart Leaps Up”, William Wordsworth uses metaphor, repetition and epigram to develop his love to nature. One example of this is speaker’s heart “leaps” up when he beholds a rainbow in the sky. This shows the speaker’s excitement and enjoyed when he sees a rainbow. His heart will be fulled with happiness when he sees the rainbow otherwise it won’t be”leap” up. The gradient colors on the rainbow attracts the attention of the children which will be understandable for them to love it. The rainbow is in the sky which can also explain why the speaker’s heart is “leap” up because his heart is moving to the rainbow. Next, the speaker repeats “so” three times in the upcoming lines. It shows the speaker’s constant love to rainbow since a child. The rainbow contains an important position in speaker’s heart which can even lead him to suicide if lives without rainbow. His sense of wonder began when he was born and persisted through out his childhood, into his adulthood. The speaker has been a fan of nature from the very start. Most importantly, the example of “ The Child is Father of the Man” shows the cycle from a child to a child’s father. But the only thing didn’t changed is his excitement to rainbow. Children have an unending sense of wonder and awe regarding nature and, indeed, life itself. The speaker is saying we should be like

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