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The poem mrs Rosie and Richard Cory both deal with people whose lives changed due to their pressures from the lives around the Georgia Rose is the main character in mrs Rosie who was once the most beautiful girl in Georgia and turned into a girl when lived on the streets She felt great pressures which caused her life to take a major down turn The speaker talking about Georgia Rose states who used to be the best gal in Georgia who used to be called Georgia Rose Clifton Richard 14-15 This shows how a well known girl could become so over whelmed by the life around her and take a down fall In the poem Richard Cory Richard was a man who lived a grand lavish life but as he grew older he committed suicide Robinson expresses this problem by stating how Richard Cory went home and put a bullet through his head Robinson 16 He had the ability to have all of the material things he wished for but his money could not compromise his needs Despite these poems by different authors they have very similar ideas and themes Each poem have subjects who undergo a great amount of pressure and their lives change dramatically In spite of their similarities mrs Rosie and Richard Cory have many differences Poems may have the same meaning but all authors have a different way to express their ideas for that meaning An example of poems with the same meaning but different expressions are mrs Rosie and Richard Cory Clifton portrays the theme of devastating strain through a girl who was beautiful but ended up on the streets On the other hand Richard Cory was always a man who had everything he needed materialistically but not spiritually and became very overwhelmed Both poems are similar and different in their own ways even though they portray different
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