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Yes Cuban B Two poems that are completely opposite of each other ironically both talk about two particular issues One of them is obviously the Titanic The other one is Fate Convergence of the Twain written by Thomas Hardy in 1912 and titanic written be Slavitt in 1983 both deal with that issue in one way or the other The Convergence of Twain states in the fourth stanza The imminent will that stirs and urges everything and Titanic states more simply in the 2 stanzas To go downWe all go down In these newt two paragraphs I will try to explain how these poems affected me and how different they actually are The Convergence of Twain is a poem that you have to read closely because of its sophisticated vocabulary and deep content If you were just reading the poem as if you were going to read Titanic you wouldnt get the whole depth of the poem For example stanza 3 says To glass opulent the sea-worm crawls This is saying instead of a mirror reflecting the rich and wealthy it is reflecting the unsightly underwater life Another thing about this poem is the mood is really dark lonely and depressing Such words as solitude lightless black and blind prove this At a time when the whole world grieved over lost family friends and human beings alike this poem could barely start to describe what they were feeling Titanic however is of a more simple structure You could read it once through and get it But the thing is I noticed as you read it more times you start to realize different things about it and you start thinking to yourself The first time I went through it I thought the author was demented but the second time I read it I realized that he had a point In my opinion a lot of people actually would buy tickets to go on a
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