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In the beginning God created heaven and earth When He created Adam and Eve they sinned this began the imperfect world today This sin altered the world and represents the mutilated state portrayed in Adam Zagajewskis poem Try to Praise the Mutilated World One must learn to accept or praise the faults of the world The remembrance of someones death comes to mind when reading the poem The world symbolizes the state of an individual after a death has happened to someone close to them Zagajewski uses repetition with the phrase praise the mutilated world additionally each time the phrase is said it means something completely different To some people there are certain steps that one must take to emotionally get over a person Initially they would try to remember what their form of reality was before this event took place The speaker is recalling the long days of June with this individual before they died There is some imagery being shown in line 3 as the wild strawberries drops of wine and the dew 3 signify the making of strawberry wine as the dew settles in An image exposed through and organic metaphor of this person appears to be mean and orderly with the methodically overgrown nettles Line 5 symbolizes the abandoned homes of exiles meaning that this person had bad marriages and their loved ones had left himher In lines 2 and 3 Zagajewski uses upbeat words to illustrate what the speaker did with this individual The description of the individual is portrayed in lines 4 and 5 with negative words Zagajewski explains through connotation that one must learn to face the fear of an unpredictability of reality Lines 7-9 corresponds to the randomness of fate and how not all good people die old There is some alliteration and internal rhyming in line 7 with an s sound This s sound brings out the deficient feeling of the ships The long trip of
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