Immigrants At Central Station

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The stanza continues to portray a sense of loss, sadness and hardship as they await the train with the line “All night it had rained” and has also used the lines “But we ate it all, the silence, the cold and the benevolence of empty streets” to symbolize the environment around them with the mood of the travelers, as the persona combines it with the oppressiveness of the migrants...
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All of this set the emotion of the poem and symbolizes all the experiences that the migrants go through. This helps portray how the train symbolized the next part of their journey and how at times how depressing their journey can be how the atmosphere around them is mostly gloomy and depressing. The sense of the control in time within the poem is set by the final lines “White time ran ahead, along glistening tracks of steel’ and is also contrasted with “Time waited anxiously with us” helps represents that time is no longer waiting for them and is actually ‘running ahead’ as if their future was already implemented further down the track than previously when time was used as a personification of which it ‘waited with them anxiously...
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