Friday, February 22, 2019
Both of Emily Dickinsons poems are about death. Because I Could not Stop For Love is more about the cycle of disembodied spirit than death. I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died relates to the nett moment in advance death. Emily Dickinsons poems are both centered on death Because I Could Not Stop For Death is based more around upbeat and happy scenes, as where I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died talks about the preparation before death.Although both poems have very different meaning, the two poems both snap on the end point of life. In the last line of Because I Could Not Stop For Death Emily Dickinson says were toward eternity. In Dickinsons second poem it says, this instant she waits for the poove to come. In the startle poem Dickinson refers to eternity meaning after death living for forever. In the second poem waiting for the king to come relates to the end of existence, when the king comes back to take us all.In Because I Could Not Stop For Death has a happy ending and is a very ap pealing poem. Dickinson describes a girl creation picked up in a carriage for all of lifes journeys. Where Dickinsons second poem was a serious poem, describing the build up justly before death. She mentions the stillness in the air, and breath-gathering firm. One poem is very meaning warming and, the other is very serious.These poems ultimately have the same meaning, precisely both take a different look at death. The first poem contains the process of life before death, and how she is working for a impudent beginning. Dickinsons second poem talks about her death being the end of everything, Dickinson even mentions decaying in the grave. The first poem has a official outlook on death, and the second portrays a rough end to life.