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Issue: Poetry & Poets
Written by: Carly
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Throughout this entire poem Wright uses rhyme. For example Stanza Two: “But I’m a stranger; come of conquering people. I cannot share his calm, who watch his lake, Being loves by all my eyes delight in, and made uneasy, for an old murder’s sake”, The reason why this is used is because it gives the poem a flowing rhythm which describes how the years just flowed by for the Aborigines (How their times were changed so much)...
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Although the language contained in the poem is simple, it is extremely effective. The language is accessible through the poet’s use of brief descriptive words. The main theme which Wright has tried to imply throughout this poem is how badly Aborigines were treated when the white settlers took aver Australia and how they were forced to adopt different ways of living...
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