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I Original Interpretation and Analysis A Scrap Of Sky - George Bradley When first reading A Scrap Of Sky I overlooked what I believe to be the true meaning of this poem I read it thinking that it was solely the story of observing a bluebirds struggle during nesting season In reality I think that George Bradley was trying to convey the sheer greatness of the bluebirds attitude towards life and that human beings with the same qualities should be praised Within the poem it tells of the bluebirds carefree nature and its determination to nest in the same place every year even if the sparrow acquires its new creation Has hope and optimism to the marrow Or at least has the pluck to reappear In fields where he was dispossessed last year 6-8 I also believe that Bradley is trying to tell readers that it is more beautiful to have goodness driving us forward each day rather than despair In the poem the bluebird is thoroughly described as being breathtaking That just a glimpse of his distinctive flight All swoop and flurry captivates the eye And makes us smile for having made us start 3-5 As an example from my own life when I was a junior in high school I was trapped within a love triangle Everyday I would try to look better than the other guy so as to have a chance with the girl In the process as a person I was becoming unsightly on the inside all because my outlook on life was not good The poem has helped me to realize some of the ways I can make myself shine bright indigo and also how to help others do the same thing Life is difficult and takes a lot of hard work in order for us all to achieve but we cannot dwell on people or things that oppress us or well end
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