Robert Frost's "The telephone" is a poem about an individual's interpretation of a telephone conversation with another.
The speaker in the poem talks about a meeting with the same person that had happened in the past showing that there is some history and that this is a sequel to another conversation.
He also uses the word "...." to get the reader involved, but symbolically we know he is referring to the other person.
Using this method of first person, Frost is successfully making the conversation more genuine and in some sense more truthful. I..." and "...." the poem becomes more realistic and gives us a look into the speakers...
Frost also links the flower with a "...." making a clearer link with nature.
The bee almost makes a melodious humming sound further describing the sound of the person on the other end.
The fear of death and loss has been expressed in 'The Company of Lovers', which was published in 1946, after Wright saw the influence of the Second World War on Australia.
Judith Wright's success in translating human existence into poetry has resulted in a rich creation of exuberant expression and sincerity.
As a result, we have a tendency to shut ourselves off from others.
In the absence of has haunted her poetry throughout her years.