THEY USED SYNESTHESIA TO PORTRAY HIS FEELINGS ON A CERTAIN GIRL HE FELL IN LOVE WITH. HE THEN USED METAPHORS TO ILLUSTRATE HOW BEAUTIFUL SHE WAS . HE ALSO UESES ENJAMENT TO EXPRESS HOW HE OPENED UP TOO HER .
Good job in trying to identify stylistic devices. But I get to wonder who you mean by "THEY." It is direct and to the point if you refer to the poet, e. e. cummings.
E.E. Cummings’s poem utilizes synesthesia throughout its whole structure. This device is used when describing mainly the speaker’s lover overall or the lover’s eyes. An example would be, “Your eyes have their silence”, this provides a visual and auditory description of the lover’s eyes and how it affects the speaker’s view of their lover. This is constantly used by the speaker to emphasize on how they feel when they are near their lover, expressing that their lover’s eyes are something that is the main subject of their bond and overall relationship.
You are spot on in identifying the eyes as the mysterious country that the poet "gladly" seeks to explore.
The poem explains that the illustrator is in live with a woman and goes on to explain extensively and passionately explain the things he likes about her. He goes into great detail to exaggerate on her eyes saying that they are infinite.
The author utilized synesthesia as a stylistic device in the poem to be able to stretch the poems. They did this by using complex sentences and personification too play with the stylistic device. This is because synesthesia can play with two senses at a time and can add more to the meaning of the writing. It allows the audience to analyze it further to find the meaning.
I agree with your response because of the way synesthesia is used in this poem. Synesthesia is woven into the poem in such a perfect way letting it describe and show the beauty of the structure.
Agree, the impact will be unique for each reader because everyone will interpret it differently.
Absolutely, the writers ability to employ synesthesia correctly provides the reader with many ways to analyze the poem, and therefore create an individual meaning for it.
I agree with this as well because the author uses unconventional metaphors and stylistic devices to describe the love and affection that this person is experiencing for another.
This poem is about two lovers that are describing each other using synesthesia, syntax, syncope, and synecdoche. They describe each other’s eyes and facial features to show the amount of love they have for each other. Facial features weren’t the only thing they used, they also used flowers, touch etc.
Yes I agree with the use of facial features, objects and the use of touch to express there love for each other and how it’s utilized in the poem
I agree with Ever, he describes the way the poem is formatted, and further elaborates on the stylistic devices being used. If he could just elaborate a little bit more towards the end, it is perfect.
The poet uses synesthesia to portray and describe his feelings to a lover. This lover is mysterious throughout small of the poem and remains a mystery, but is described with nature’s most precious objects. Imagery is used to compare how beautiful her features are. Spring, roses, and rain are all delicate items in nature and synesthesia alliterates that.
This is so true, especially the part about describing her with not just nature-based items but DELICATE items
I agree with Hopes statement because she was able to understand and analyze the poem and the meaning. The author of the poem wanted to portray his feelings to his lover in a way that makes the reader want to dig into the meaning.
This poem relates to traveling but in a different way. The way he wants to travel is by descovering new features of people. An example he uses is how eyes can describe someone. As he says “the heart of this flower” shows a metaphor. The metaphor shows how the flower could be a person.
E.e Cummings depicts his boundless love for his lover by heavy use of sythesthia: combining more than one sense. He employs this synesthesia by embedding it in metaphorical sentences (“as when the very heart of this flower imagines the snow carefully everywhere descending”) to further impact the reader. While He uses spring and flowers as the symbol for himself and his lover, he associates tactile, auditory, and visual senses with these symbols. This integration of several senses into one sentence increases the intensity of the love the poet feels for his lover; the fact that more than one sense (a strong sense at that) is associated with one emotion - love. Oxymorons and paradoxes are also present, such as “Intense fragility” and “dearth and forever with each breathing” further emphasizing his intense love. The irony utilized only scratches the surface of the complexity of this love.
I agree as well
I agree with your comment. The rich visual, auditory, and tactile senses that are called upon by Cummings’ words help create a vivid experience for the reader, and emphasize then importance of these symbols.
I agree with Julia's statement, the synesthesia used in the poem, describes the way the writers love towards his lover. He describes them as "snow carefully everywhere descending" describing his lover to be delicate.
The stylistic devices used in this text is known as syntax, and syntax is the arrangement of words or phrases put together.
You’re analysis of this literary text seems very broad, you should focus on the purpose and theme of the text and incorporate stylistic devices to make you analysis more centered on the literary text.
Synesthesia is the sensory things in a poem or writer . And enjambment is the commitment of the sensory things in a power for example slightest look easily will unclothed me
Yes of course the way they use the imagery aspect in the poem giving us the reader a way they have may have felt giving us a fair description on the sensory sense of it.
He describes his immense love towards her by utilizing synesthesia to create an image of his true feelings. He applies metaphors to describe a heart as a flower due to it’s fragility, also our senses are being used such as visual and auditory to illustrate that the voice of “her eyes was deeper than all roses”. The reason he utilizes these stylistic devices is to create a wider open mind on how simple words can give us a wide imagination.
The poem is a verse free and means that it has no particular rhyme scheme but uses assonance and the repetition of vowel sounds. As well as metaphors and paradox to give the audience a certain visualization. Using synesthesia as to something that cannot happens and taking risk.
I agree with your response to the poem. The poem is versatile and has certain ethics to the way it is written.
Yes you are right
This poem is about how a man displays his love for as girl, he uses synesthesia to illustrate her looks and what he feels for her. In the poem I saye “Somewhere I have never travelled” he means that he has never been seen by the girl he likes.
E.E. Cummings describes his lover throughout the poem. Using synesthesia, metaphor’s, paradox’s, and similes to further enhance his emotions towards his lover.
The poem uses synesthesia countless times to convey their message.
As the use imagery that can exist or wil be possible in life time but can be understood by the viewer on what they mean, like personification. As this goes they convey the message of love or the distance on what they suffer from the lack affection 🤡🤡 (i have no idea what I’m talking about lol)
Synesthesia is the use of censory of language and enjambemt
The poet includes synthesia in many lines to show affection over his lover. He shows senses like tactile, auditory and visual, leading to synthesia on the lovers eyes having texture. He uses a metaphor to emphasize her as a women who opens life spring. Including paradox, irony used for what he cannot touch because they are too near. He also includes how “not even the rain has such small hands” to name how touching rain make on us.
In this poem the poet uses synesthesia to create a visual on how his lover is powerful. Throughout the stanzas the poet describes the lovers eyes as a base of this love. “The heart of this flower imagines the snow carefully everywhere descending” this quote is an metaphor, in which it implies how delicate the woman and yet how she has control over his heart.
After reading this the author uses synesthesia by comparing two thing like. Giving human traits to eyes and saying that they are silent. He added to help theses statements by giving sporting details
The author used synesthesia in order to portray a person that has fallen for another. The way the author describes his lovers eyes by saying, "the voice of your eyes are deeper than all roses". Th
The author uses synesthesia to further convey his feelings towards the girl he is in love with.
In E.E. Cummings “Somewhere I Have Never Travelled, Gladly Beyond” portrays the love he has for a women, but struggles to express it the way she does. While expressing these feelings he applys synesthesia throughout the whole poem
The poem is structured with heavy synesthesia to create an emotional visual of the genuine love he feels for his lover
The author uses synesthesia to describe the love he has for her. He also uses metaphor to describe how preciousshe is. He uses synesthesia to represent that he has fallen for another person.
E.E. Cummings uses many stylistic devices to describe the love he has for someone. The use of synestesia such as, “your slightest look easily will unclose me”, is used to describe the love Cummings feels for this person and the emotions that run through his mind when he is around this person. The use of metaphors are another device that Cummings uses to compare himself and this person to something he believes is comparable to himself and this person. He uses metaphors such as, “you open always petal by petal myself as Spring opens”, to compare his feelings towards this person.
Imagery. You’ll find yourself reading mentions of fingers, hands, mysterious touches, and textures. The aurthor uses this in order to appeal to the readers physical senses.