A Poetry Explication Of Option, By Robert Morgan

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The vocabulary, "confronted", used to herald the terrier's presence, suggests the potential for conflict. The tone the speaker uses with the word "tearing" in the line "Tearing at the aproned entrance" confirms the potential for violence. When the woodchuck exits out the back, the poet utilizes the "option" inherent in the den to allow the animal to flee the confrontation...
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As the woodchuck surfaces in weeds or a thicket, the poet's rhetoric could imply the choice is cowardly. However, in the following lines the speaker asserts the wisdom of the choice of freedom over the possibility of being victimized as described in lines 7 and 8, "prisoner or martyr in his own burrow...
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