Title: Paul Simon: I Am A Rock
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||February 22, 2015|
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Even in the first line, he made an analogy between December
being dark and dingy, by saying "A winter's day - in a deep and dark December."
The month of December is usually likened to being cold, dark, and 'dangerous'.
He also says that it is a lonely December in the second line where he says "I am
alone gazing from my window to the street below" he feels left out, and now
wants to be left alone, like an island, or a rock...
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Like in the second poem,
where he says that he "has no need of friendship."
The person in the poem wants to be left alone, like an island, or a rock.
In the second stanza, he says "I've built a wall, a fortress deep and mighty."
He has built a mental block to all outsiders, and he compares this to an
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