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A generations music does not eternally complete everyones character The poem Im Waiting for My Song dramatizes the conflict of the speakers desire for the music of Rock and Roll instead of the new generations music The significance of the title Im Waiting for My Song gives a sign that the poet is anticipating for a change of music that is playing This title leaves a somewhat question to the reader what song or change does the speaker longs for Throughout the poem it answers the question through different verbalizing in each stanza and literary devices The speaker struggles for the change of the generation Most importantly the poet requests the change of the generations music Amongst this change the poets feeling of being different will vanishIn the first stanza it begins with a demand of listening to a sound The poet calls the music a sound instead of a song This shows the speaker does not think if this sound as nothing but a noise instead of a melody Listen to that sound 1 Later the poet displays an imagery of people dancing and enjoying the music The speaker displays equality amongst the people with the generations music That sound that plays today while people dance 2 The poet emphasizes this imagery to give an overview to hisher problem of having a dissimilar musicality than society On the next two lines the speakers creates it to one sentence to show its irony of how the music of the generation wins over society but does not win over the poet These two lines demonstrate the individuality of the poet amongst others in hisher society A generation it has won But it has not won me 3-4 This first stanza illustrates that the noise of society does not please the poet Second stanza starts with the poets feeling alone and trying to fit in with everyone else The poet
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