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Samuel Coleridges Frost at MidnightIn the poem Frost at Midnight Samuel Coleridge uses his creative imagery and fascination with nature to create a beautiful picture of the gifts God has given him and us He uses a style of prose which has no particular rhyme or meter This could be used to help convey his meaning in a more storylike way The poem is broken down into four paragraphs of varying length and all primarily deal with natureThe poem starts out in a slow and somber mood as he talks about the peacefulness and beauty of nature He uses many words and phrases to emphasize this particular mood such as peacefully inaudible as dreams Tis calm indeed and my low-burnt fire In this first paragraph Coleridge is talking about winter and how everything is peaceful and there is extreme silentnessIn the second paragraph Coleridge begins reminiscing about a certain day in school when he was fairly young How oft at school with most believing mindhave I gazed upon the bars At first it appears he was very happy So sweetly that they stirred and haunted me with a wild pleasure But as this paragraph progresses he begins to show the loneliness in his life For still I hoped to see the strangers face Though his mood begins to change there still is a calm and somber feeling In paragraph three Colridge is holding his son while appreciating nature and what it will give to his child it thrills my heart with tender gladness thus to look at thee and think that thou shalt learn for other lore He also shows his appreciation of God and what he has given us This is the first paragraph where I felt he showed consistent happiness and a faster-paced moodColeridge concludes his poem by showing his appreciation for all aspects of nature not just the winter Therefore all seasons shall be sweet to thee He makes a reference to
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