Poems, their subject and purpose

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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Arktic
Date: July 1, 2009
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She describes the cold, harshness of the autumn season by the line, "Cold wind of autumn blowing loud.../Jostling the doors, and tearing through my bedroom". In the poem she details the slow and meagerness of the season, as the bright greens and yellows of spring dissolve into the stark beauty of the red autumn leaves...
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She describes this quick change between two beautiful seasons by the line, "by the meagre light.../Bleak and remembered, patched with red,/The hill all summer hid from me". Millay achieves her purpose through her use of descriptive language to put a point across that it does not have to be spring to be beautiful or awe inspiring...
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