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human life in the poem of brook in 500 words
The Brook’ is a wonderful poem as far as poetic devices are concerned. The poet Tennyson makes an excellent use of poetic devices, which have an enchanting effect. I do not think the literal meaning of the poem is difficult to follow if you know the meaning of each word and if not there is a simple way out- use dictionary. It is a story of a brook from its origin to its destination, the narrator being the brook itself. If you are looking for stanza by stanza explanation, you should follow this link, which contains a good explanation of each stanza along with the poetic devices which occur in that stanza. There are a few things besides that explanation which I would like to point.
1. The brook is a symbol of life. The brook's journey from its origin to its destination the brimming river represents a man's journey of life from birth to death. Whatever happens to it on the way is similar to what man encounters through his life. The brook's noisy flow is similar to man’s struggling and fretting and fuming against the odds of life. The brook slips, slides, glooms and glances. So does a man. It makes its way forcefully against odds, so does man as he struggles through many problems. The brook carries many things with it as it flows. So does a man-he meets people - builds relationships - carries memories, collects materialistic things as he goes through life.
2. The only difference is that the brook is ever flowing, eternal without ceasing whereas we, the men are ephemeral. We shall not live forever. We are subject to decay, decline and death.
3. However, some can argue the point at which the brook meets the ‘brimming river’, it ceases to be i.e. it exists no more. In the same way, at death you simply stops being the person you used to be and merges into something else
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