can i have detailed explanation for the poem Summer Sun by R.L.Stevenson
Summer Sun" is a perfect example of the use of a literary technique called "personification," in which a poet's words bring an inanimate object to life. In the poem, we can imagine the sun as a sort of big, cheerful, oaf of a fellow, who is always barging in. He seems to mean well, and is a likeable sort of guy, so we gladly put up with him. Indeed, we thoroughly enjoy his sparkling personality!
Robert Louis Stevenson is best known for writing the books Treasure Islandand The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but he was also a great poet who wrote about almost everything. With the summer in full swing all over America, this poem about the summer sun is a sweet little meditation on the ruler of the daytime:I just love the simple imagery of this poem, especially the idea of his “golden fingers” slipping through the blinds. The sun is always there! He’s just up in the sky, relaxing, giving light and life to the world. Just lovely.