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Daddy didnt give affectionand the boy was something that Mommy wouldnt wear Child abuse is something that can be considerably harmful on a child and among these forms of child abuse comes the issue of child neglect child neglect can cause children to become socially challenged angry and even abusive themselves The song Jeremy by Pearl Jam talks about this form of abuse and tells a story of child neglect and its affects on a boy named Jeremy and his experience with neglect King Jeremy the wickedRuled his world The first stanza of the song is imagery of a boy at home drawing a picture of him standing on top of a mountain on a nice day The boy appears to have accomplished something good At homedrawing picturesof mountaintopswith him on top lemin yellow sunarms raised in a V Until the next line when it foreshadows a terrible happening Dead lay in pools of maroon below This is where the story turns into a relatively unhappy situation Jeremy lives in a house where his dad either doesnt have time or doesnt care about his son and his mom doesnt care and is simply ashamed of the child Daddy didnt give attentionto the fact that mommy didnt care Child neglect can also cause a child to become a social outcast it will force a child to believe that no one cares about him and cause him to live in a bubble away from the outside world King Jeremy the wickedruled his world Jeremy reacted to his neglect by becoming quiet The chorus is a repetition of the understatement Jeremy spoke in class today this refers to how quiet Jeremy was and that him speaking in class was something that was uncommon This is great piece of understatement because it doesnt actually state what Jeremy spoke about that day it leaves it to the readers thoughts Anger is a
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