The Dove or white pigeon Columbiformes, to get technical is a symbol of Peace and also represents the Holy Spirit. The dove represented His Spirit bringing the good news of reconciliation with God. In the end both have sad tones but the families are just coming together to be happy in the old presence of their lost one. These poems are both excellent examples of memories. These two poems are very similar; then again they are very different in structure and character. Both of the poems talk about family traditions and how they comemorate those traditions.
Do not Deport My Father Introduction While the deportation of criminals from the U. Is it a tale Her father told her. The other poem by li-Young lee was more sad and had a strong but sad tone being that the child explains the way her mother is now taking the place of the father in the poem and she now takes the biggest parts of food and the sweetest part. Although some of it is emotionally charged, it can also be nostalgic without veering into idealism. The themes are similar in the aspect that they both are reflections of the past. As he glances around he notices the way his mother holds the chopsticks and glwnces at the meal.
On a beautiful morning, the family galloped through the grassed-over mounds, which symbolizes them at the cemetery. They both emit a rather happy mood throughout the poem. Dove talks about how she can never recreate the taste of this sherbert, so wonderful memories are all that she has left of her father. He is sick right now but I know the world prays for him. The symbol of the way his mother holds the chopsticks all the way to the favorite meal and the way his father had died lays in his own memory.
The father who is the sole provider of the family had to put some extra effort and cope with stress to support his family. For a reason she can't accept the fact he is gone and the the grape sherbet recipe reminds her of her father. Within families, establishing open-line communication is essential in bringing up children. This shows off a joyful tune, until she can't recall the taste of it anymore. Both poems describe a memory of a dish that reminds them of their father. Food in both poems was a part of their family bond.
Although we try to cling to memories, they will never be revived. The symbol is the grape shert because without the farther they couldnt taste the grape. We thought no one was lying there under our feet, we thought it was a joke. He remembers the way that his father held the head of the fish and now, since his father is gone, his mother is the one doing the same thing which gives him flashbacks. The poem shows how when the father died, the mother became the head of the home which was symbolized when she ate the head of the trout. As to the other poem just brings up the main points all at once out.
Their messages are very similar to each other, but the way the authors presented them are very unique. With a picnic table, and a father cooking food on a grill, a mother sitting on the porch in a rocking chair, beside her mother, and kids running all over the land. She is obviously diabetic, the Author tells us so. Although obviously, that is exactly what he wants. She remembers feeling carefree at the time, and now the benefit of maturity leaves her feeling grateful to and appreciative of her father. The way they eat the fish is a way they will remember their father.
Part of the theme is affected by the tone of poems. Such as putting at that way I meant on how small things can make you think you were back in time an realize somethings. He is watching as his mom takes the head of the fish with her fingers which brings back a memory of the way that his dad did the same thing just weeks ago before he passed away. The tone is also affected by the structure of the poems. The tones in both poems reflect the happy feelings the speakers get with their fathers.
Anonymous antonio pastran In both of the stories it deals with the dead of their fathers. The themes in both poems are comparable with similar points dealing with theme. It is in the eyes of one children and watches his mom hold the yummy part of fish between her fingers which reminds the child of the father who has recently died, and now the mother is now in charge of the family. Was it because it was one of her favorite holidays? Grape Sherbet demonstrates a form of this feeling of a memory when it begins by stating the day, Memorial. They both speak of death and the value of family and life.
Which means that she could not partake in this delightful dessert. On the other hand, two, that maybe this was completely a dream. Her poetry is not about advancing an agenda but sharing something personal and meaningful with the reader. Grape Sherbet is not a poem whose meaning is clear on first glance, it requires the reader to do some work to uncover the significance of the memory. Her actions are also portrayed into the children's minds because they are too young to realize it, but they will soon see what really happened to their father.