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No focus day

Days like this are so tough for me!  I have so much rattling around in my mind that I need to accomplish and I’m having a hard time prioritizing. 258 more words

The Walk to Paradise Garden

- W. Eugene Smith

“I will lead the blind

by ways they have not known.

Along unfamiliar paths

I will guide them;

I will turn the darkness into light before them…

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Listening to unfamiliar sounds in an unfamiliar room

When the room is not your own, you may discover it’s hard to fall asleep.

There’s a symphony of unfamiliar noises that begin their rhythmic drumming. 254 more words


“There is wisdom in turning as often as possible from the familiar to the unfamiliar: it keeps the mind nimble, it kills prejudice, and it fosters humor.” George Santayana


Unfamiliar analysis of 'trench poets'

Analysis of poem-
In this poem the author uses heaps of language techniques to get his point and ideas across. The first language technique I noticed, which was used a fair bit in the text was rhyme, a quote to show this is ‘he grew blacker every day, and would not brush the flies away’. 620 more words


Unfamiliar Analysis 

Analysis -

This poet creates a sense of pointlessness and disgust within the poem by the language techniques he uses. In the poem we see techniques such as rhyme (“I knew a man, he was my chum”), imagery (“for he lay gaping, mackerel-eyed”) and repetition (“chums”). 361 more words


Unfamilar - Trench warfare

The poet in this piece used extensive techniques and language features to create a sense of disgust and disturbance. Throughout the poem the writer uses colloquial language/slang to create a sense of casualness to the text, in the first line he refers to the subject as “chum” straight away creating an almost conversational tone. 415 more words