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    Photography
    Robert Frost
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    Interpretation
    The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost discusses the topic of choices. Robert Frost states that in life there are two roads. You can take the easy road, which may not always be the right decision, or you can choose to walk the more difficult but "right" path. The narrator asks that through all the grief is there even a light at the end of the tunnel? It has been suggested that the poem promotes individuality and non-conformity. Some of the recurring themes in the poem are individuality, choices, and consequences. One of these themes is antithesis. The narrator wishes he could take both of the roads, but once he realizes that this is impossible he completely disregards the idea. The narrator also says that he tried to look down the path to try and see what he would face depending on which path he chose. This brings up the question: if you knew all of the hardship and grief that you would face, would you still take the higher road? In this poem Frost is saying that making the right decision isn't always easy.
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  3. page 9-1 Book Poem edited ... sings of freedom. {caged-bird.jpg} Analysis: In Analysis:In this poem,
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    sings of freedom.
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    Analysis: InAnalysis:In this poem,
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  4. page Group 9-3 edited ... And I was happy to say, As the jail truck took the robber named Greg out of sight, ... goo…
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    And I was happy to say,
    As the jail truck took the robber named Greg out of sight,
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    good night!” By Mitch Faulkner.
    Original Poem
    Who You Are To Me
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    If this was anyone but you,
    I wouldn't know what to do.
    By: Mitch Faulkner And Zach Klan.
    References:
    www.cooltext.com
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  5. page Group 9-3 edited ... and all that spells their living in distress. Analysis of Memory:When Margert Walker describe…
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    and all that spells their living in distress.
    Analysis of Memory:When Margert Walker describes the city, she describes it with excellent imagery, depicting the city as cold and dreary. The people are depicted as hiding shielding themselves from rain which could be a metaphor for people hiding from hurtful comments of others. She also says that the people have a hurt and bewildered look on their face. Margeret Walker then talks about how they brood and work alone, depicting them as loners or not having anyone to talk to. She then also says, " I can remember hearing all they said: theier muttering protests, their whispered oaths, and all that spells their living in distress." Here she depicts them as crying out for help, but no one listening.
    Famous Poem Parody
    T'was The Night Before Easter
    T’was the night before Easter and all through the town,
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    As the jail truck took the robber named Greg out of sight,
    “Happy Easter to all and to all a good night!”
    Original Poem
    Who You Are To Me
    If this was anyone but you,
    I don't know what I would do.
    You are the only one I could lie for
    The only one I could never really let go.
    You were to quick to blame a friend
    and now the smoke has cleared and you're at your end.
    You sure choose the wrong time to test me
    You think your sitting on the top
    But your really dying on the bottom
    I used to love my life
    But you've manipulated me with your games and lies
    You've changed me, strong to weak, buried in strife
    Now the connection between us is dangling over a great divide,
    And trying to reach it is like running a mile with your shoes untied.
    Am I really who you call your friend?
    Now as you wake up,
    A new day,
    You'll be sure to see all your friends slipping away.
    I say again, as I've said before :
    If this was anyone but you,
    I wouldn't know what to do.

    References:
    www.cooltext.com
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  6. page Fun Gao - An Original Poem edited ... as the sun slowly peeks through skyscrapers and streets shadows recede, its its time to f…
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    as the sun slowly peeks
    through skyscrapers and streets
    shadows recede, itsits time to fun gao nownow,
    shadows recede

    people of the night see,
    its time for them to be at ease
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  7. page Fun Gao - An Original Poem edited ... Fun Gao Fun Gao - means sleep in Cantonese. ... - 下一站天后 - Next Stop... Queen orange=rep…
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    Fun Gao
    Fun Gao - means sleep in Cantonese.
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    - 下一站天后 - Next Stop... Queen
    orange=repetition
    grey=rhyme
    green=paradoxblue=paradox
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