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Fern Hill is a double-sided poemThe firs side is the most obvious which is simply the story he is telling the second is more hidden with a a message behindI am oging to find th edifferent way in which he tries to convey this message In the five stanzas Dylan Thomas has a different approach towards his childhood in comparaison to the last stanza We see this due to the different figures of speeches he uses In line 15 green and golden I was huntsman calves sang to my horn this demonstrates the power childhood gave him In line 5 the use of the word his corresponding in realitu to himself shows that he does not regconise this childs joy and magic as his This shows that he must have lost this joy seeing as he does not actually believe that this was once him The description of the tunes fril the chimenyhs as watery shows the harmonious flowing quality of the sounds of his childhood days at Fern Hill Although the fire green as grass seems a contradiction because fire is usually red it is also bright and warm like the grass in his childhood In these first five stanzas we can see that the poet is recapitulating on his past illustrasing the joy he felt The mixes of sense and touch not only show what he saw as a child but what he felt and sensed a warmth and safety he lacks as an adult Inspite of all the happiness he shows in the first five stanzas the last stanza shows unease and a slight touch of anger We see this in the unobvious ryhme scheme making an impression of unease and awkwardness In the last line he states though I sang in my chains like the sae the author as an adult seems to be imprisoned in this feeling of regret In
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