To me this poem means,
Peace, nature, loneliness and light with emotion.
Every time of the day there is another light with another feeling.
He lives day by day, night by night with the sound of nature and the world around him.
Alone but peas full. It is like he is in a wood running true the rain following the sound of the water.
Running away from everything.
It is never quiet.
Always a sound.
A thought of happiness to just be on your one surrounded by nature.
It gives me a relax feeling.
The Lake Isle of Innisfree by Lara Valentic
I chose this picture because it symbolises Innisfree.
A peaceful place, where you can rest and be alone.
A dream-like beautiful place.
This picture captures the dreamy beautiful place with it’s hills and lovely surroundings.
I chose this video mainly because of the title : chasing pavements .
The word is also used in this poem , which says on the pavements gray, so it’s not supposed to be a positive thi ng. We were told that the writer was in London during the proces of the poem.
This song explaines what the poem is about. Adele hesitates if she should leave from the place where she’s at or be realistic and wake up from her unreachable dreams which the poem represents. The writer dreams about this amazing place, but when it comes to realising it, the only thing he can do is keep on dreaming. The powerful end sentence at the end says that. “ I hear it in the deep harts core”.
This poem makes me a kind of happy. It makes me happy because even though the writer is in a big city, he will always hear the sounds of nature. Which is very beautiful. The poem is calming, because the writer will find peace in this nature. I have chosen a song from Lord of the Rings, Fate and Faith, because the song calms me down. It gives me a happy feeling just like the poem. I think that the happiness comes from the fact that I am living in a small village myself. Our house is surrounded by meadows. And when spring comes, I can hear the frogs and the crickets, the birds and the spring winds blowing around our house. When I am sitting in the bus, or walking through Amsterdam, and I put on this song, I can see a beautiful nature, like the writer hears in in his heart’s core.
The picture I have chosen represents the differences between the nature and the city. You have a beautiful nature with a roadway and a train track going right tough it. It’s a combination of two worlds. The world filled with nature, and the world of cities and roadways. In this picture those two worlds are combined in one. The writer combined these two worlds with the characteristics of the city and the sounds of nature.
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven, sample contribution.
For me, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata symbolises in a musical form how I respond to W.B Yeats’ ‘He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven’. I find that the melody of Beethoven’s Sonata evokes the same kind of feelings and atmosphere as Yeats’ poem. The mood of Moonlight Sonata is haunting, but beautiful; it evokes ideas of the nighttime and has almost a dream-like feeling to it. In the same way Yeats’ poem is romantic while also being somehow dark. Description of light, talk of dreams and the use of soft sounding words like ‘cloths’ help create this sleepy yet emotive ambience. The concept of someone’s dreams being laid beneath someone else’s feet is very simple, yet very powerful - just like Moonlight Sonata is.