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POETRY COMPARATIVE Since the beginning of the world humankind always wondered why they were what they were and tried to define the peculiar dream they were in This dream was called life It was found similar to a great deal of things which were mostly completely opposite to each other One would call it an endless torture and the other would call it a joyful game So when writing was invented people started to put their ideas about this holy value on paper These two poems I read carry a huge amount of lifes elements showing the diversity of pure feelings contained in it The first norm that separates these poems is the opposite feelings displayed against life tone In the poem called Life we spot a feeling of depression right from the beginning of the poem The poet asks Why which when read with the title shows us that something awful is going in the poets mind On the other side Mother Teresa seeing the positive side of life starts by the words Life is an opportunity benefit from it The first poet complains about the people who find life guilty for handing brickbats Why should it not These sentences show us that hes fed up blaming life for every failure which underlines that life didnt smile at him As a Contradictory to that Mother Teresa thinks that life is a song to sing These examples show the difference of mood between the poets One of the most important abilities that make a poet a successful one is his diction Looking at both of the poems we see that Mother Teresas happy tone brings her a unique language which enables her to write her poem with original similes One example to that may be the line where she calls life a promise to be fulfilled However we notice only several pieces of diction from the pessimistic poet Its original when
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