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Surname 1 Student Name Prof. Course Date Title Poetry refers to literary work that expresses ideas and feelings using a unique style and rhythm in the form of poems. Poems positively impact people's emotional and social learning because it offers new ways of thinking and viewing particular issues. Besides, poetry promotes self-awareness among people, heals their emotional pain, and enhances their cognitive function. Each poem presents a specific message through its theme. Based on the above, this essay aims to analyze the themes of the poems The Pied Piper of Hamelin" by Robert Browning, "Ring Out, Wild Bells" by Alfred Tennyson, and "Diving into the Wreck" by Adrienne Rich. “The Pied Piper of Hamelin” This poem presents the story of a plague of rats in Hamelin. Only one individual could eliminate the rats at a small fee. Despite his efforts, he was not paid his dues and decided to punish those responsible undesirably. It communicates that we should never fail to pay people for their work despite having money. Using authority and excuses to avoid honoring promises is wrong, as it might result in more significant losses. The poem also communicates that greedy for power and wealth makes people lose everything.

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