Poem Analysis (desert places)

Poem Analysis (desert places) - Lindsay Lastinger Ms....

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Lindsay Lastinger Ms. Carver English-C period January 16, 2008 Diversity yet Similarity between Two Poems In the two poems “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” and “Desert Places”, two very different settings are portrayed. One of them is a beautiful paradise filled with the peacefulness of golden daffodils, and the other a dark, lonely, canvas of snow. However, though these poems seem to have extremely diverse settings, some aspects within them make them similar. Both deal with different forms of nature, and both mention a feeling of isolation. The authors of “Cloud” and “Desert” use two very natural yet beautiful settings to help readers make a connection between the two poems, as well as have a better understanding of the individual poems themselves. As previously mentioned, the settings of these two poems can be described as extremely diverse. In “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” the speaker tells of the never-ending sea of daffodils, deep valleys, blue lakes, warm sunshine, and the soft breeze. This poem shows a deep
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