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photograph poem summary hornbill
What is the meaning of the line “Both wry with the laboured ease of loss”.
what is the poetic devices used in the poem photograph
On the basis of given extract answer the following questions-
The sea holiday was her past, mine is her laughter. Both wry with the laboured ease of loss.
Now she's been dead nearly as many years As that girl lived. And of this circumstance There is nothing to say at all. Its silence silences.
Q1- what is the past for poet?
Q2- what is the past for the poet mother?
Q3- explain both wry with the laboured ease of loss?
Q4- what circumstance poet talking about in second stanza?
Q5- explain silence silences/
Q6- who long the girl being dead?
Q7- why does the poet have nothing to say at all?
The three stanzas depict three different phases. What are they?
give me summary of A PHOTOGRAPH of Hornbill
explain "washed their terribly transient feet".
theme of the poem a photograph by shirley toulson
can anyone please give me the figures of speech for "the photograph"please be quick, i'm having my test tomorrow! :(
if possible, please give a line by line description.. it'd be of great help! :)
what is the central idea of the poem photograph
The poet’s mother laughed at the snapshot. What did this laugh indicate?
What has not changed over the years? Does this suggest something to you?
explain LABOURED EASE OF LOSS.( A PHOTOGRAPH BY SHIRLEY TOULSON)
Explain: "Sea, which appears to have changed less."
“Both wry with the laboured ease of loss”. What is meant by 'laboured ease'??
What does “this circumstance” refer to?
what is the mood of the poet here?
Justify the title of poem "A Photograph". If posible suget any other title.
what does the cardboard denote in the poem photograph ?
WHAT DOES "THE SEA HOLIDAY WAS HER PAST MINE IS HER LAUGHTER"MEANS???
what is the poetic device used in the line 'both wry with the laboured ease of loss'?
"there is nothing to say at all
its silence silences".
why does poet feel there is nothing t o say ?
Explain the sea holiday was a past ,mine is a laughter
How does " Its silence silences " denote the poetic device "PARADOX"?
(a) Some twenty - thirty years later
She'd laugh at the snapshot
“See Betty and Dolly." She’d Say and look how they dressed us for the beach."
The Sea holiday was her past, mine is her laughter
Both wry with the laboured ease of loss.
(4) Explain laboured ease of loss.
wht do the sentences mean?..:-
''both wry with the laboured ease of loss'' n ''the sea which appears to hv changed less, washed their terribly transient feet''
a) What philosophy of life does the poem reflect?
b) Explain-“The sea holiday was her past, mine is her laughter.”
on the basis of given extract answer the following questions:
The cardboardd shows me how it was
When the two girl cousins went paddling, Each one holding one of my mother's hands.
And she the big girl- some twelve years or so. All three stood still to smile through their hair At the uncle with camera. My mother's that was before I was born.
And the sea, which appears to have changed less. Washed their terribly transient feet.
Q1- what does cardboard denote?
Q2- identify 'me' in the first line?
Q3- who is the big girl in the given stanza?
Q4- who does three refers to?
Q5- who click photograph?
Q6- how can we say that sea has changed less?
Q7- explain terrible transient feet?
Q8- name the poet and the poem?
what does transient feet mean???
What is the theme of the poem "Photograph" ?
Why do you think does the poet say nothing about her mother's death?
when was shirley toulson died?
"Change is an essential and inevitable part of life" how does the poet reflect upon this thought through the poem?
explain " it's silence silences" from the poem "A Photograph"
In the poem "A PHOTOGRAPH", what does the line "ITS SILENCE SILENCES" mean??
what image does the poet want to convey through the poem photograph
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