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    Fatjon commented on the post, The Hustle

    Dear Erald ,
    I liked how you explained about the oppression of black people and police brutality.
    One sentence that suprsed me was “The big question is why is there police brutality? The poem answers this question with the line “pull a trigger kill a nigga he’s a hero.” The hero in that stanza means the police”
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    Where I am from

    Spring comes under the skin of trees

    Opened the veins and filled them with the meaning

    Shaking branches is the signal code

    Where I’m from

    Where I'm From

                                          Where I am from Spring comes under the skin of trees Opened the veins and filled them with the meaning Shaking branches is the signal code Where I’m from There are some places where your heart stops You want everything to have yours You...

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    George Gordon Byron, (January 22, 1788 – April 19, 1824), who was known simply as Lord Byron, explored this question in the poem “So We’ll Go No More A-roving.” The poem is about the author who fell in love

    Is the effort of love worth the pain of an inevitable breakup?

    George Gordon Byron, (January 22, 1788 – April 19, 1824), who was known simply as Lord Byron, explored this question in the poem “So We’ll Go No More A-roving.” The poem is about the author who fell in love...

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    One most intriguing comment out of six above was” Why does he need to pause to breathe? Why do you think he’s out of breath?”  from the line: “And the heart must pause to breathe”. I think that this comment

    Questions about the poem "So We'll Go No More A-roving" by Lord Byron

    One most intriguing comment out of six above was” Why does he need to pause to breathe? Why do you think he's out of breath?”  from the line: “And the heart must pause to breathe”. I think that this...

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    • Why do you think someone needs to “pause to breathe” after a breakup? Why would the poet talk about a life force, air, when he talks about love and splitting up? BTW, I very much like the photo you chose.

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    I think that The poem “So We’ll Go No More A-roving” is all about love. More specifically,  it is about a relationship that went wrong. The first stanza of the poem shows how the poet, Thomas Campion, who wrote

    So We'll Go No More A-Roving

    I think that The poem “So We’ll Go No More A-roving” is all about love. More specifically,  it is about a relationship that went wrong. The first stanza of the poem shows how the poet, Thomas Campion, who...

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    • This is such a sad poem. But also very true, because it’s evocative of what one really feels when they have to breakup with someone they love. What do you think he means by “the moon be still as bright?”

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