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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course 13th March 2018 Poetry Analysis Gwen Harwood authors a poem which presents a helpless lady whose husband has passed away leaving her with problems. The problems are evident in the way her clothes are described as ‘out of date.’ The situation is worsened by the two children crying as they pull her skirt as the other one draws patterns on dirt. The author employs flashback of good memories talking about how time can hold such prodigious surprises. As the husband breaths his last she reminds him of how comforting it form an image of the stressed mother with the baby on her hands as she gets lost in deep thoughts. As if that is not satisfying enough the mother speaks to the wind that the children ‘have eaten her alive’ (Harwood 14). This depicts the state she is at a state of helplessness where she cannot fathom out where she will get food for them. The breadwinner has just passed away and she has been left with children who are entirely depended on her. Works cited Harwood Gwen. “In the Park.” Selected Poems (2015): 27. [...]

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Develop an argumentative thesis for your analysis of the poem. Write a two-three-page paper that supports your thesis. Your thesis sentence must be in bold. The poem follows below. She sits in the park. Her clothes are out of date. Two children whine and bicker, tug her skirt. A third draws aimless patterns in the dirt Someone she loved once passed by – too late to feign indifference to that casual nod. “How nice” et cetera. “Time holds great surprises.” From his neat head unquestionably rises a small balloon…”but for the grace of God…” They stand a while in flickering light, rehearsing the children’s names and birthdays. “It’s so sweet to hear their chatter, watch them grow and thrive, ” she says to his departing smile. Then, nursing the youngest child, sits staring at her feet. To the wind she says, “They have eaten me alive.” Poem by Gwen Harwood

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