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I love this poem! It's definitely one of my favorite poems by Poe. The first time I read it was out of the literature book in my English class in 9th grade, and I immediately became obsessed with it, I was going around to all my friends saying 'Read this! I don't get it But like Shen Roseman said, the words just seem to flow so well.
I don't know if the stanzas of this poem are supposed to symbolize Poe's various moods, as Jon P said, but I think they represent the stages of life although I may be wrong. Carefree, merry childhood, as represented by the silver sleigh bells, and then the wedding bells, as in marriage, the alarm bells, as in the hardships of life and adulthood, then the death bells.
It's a very unique way to symbolize life. The poem contains spectacular imagery not only of the littoral brass bells but also of the setting that the bells are played or the circumstances. There are four different subsections to this poem. Each subsection creates a completely different kind of mood from the previous section. The first section of this poem creates the sensation of a perfect snowy day where the snow lays on the ground as if it was laden with crystals.
It is so cold that ice has formed on the trees and the clouds twinkle with frosty mist. The heavens, including the stars, even seem to have this icy look much as if they were diamonds. The bells in the second section have a very charming tune and they entice listeners by the pacifying sound that soothes the soul. All aspects of life, at the current time, seem to move in musical time with the bells.
The allusion Poe created of a songlike melody appeals to musicians as well as people who like music. The music of the bells creates a feeling of freedom and overwhelming joy that fills the soul and charms the heavy hearted. The author tries to create another scene of joyous gala. The bells in the second section foretell of the occasion that is about to happen, a wedding.
The deep tones of the bells delight all that listen, whether human or animal by the euphony that emanates so that even the moon listens to the fluid flow of the song. It seems as the night is made perfect and all is well with the universe. MLA Citation: Maverick. Poetry Analysis. He uses the words clanging, clashing, and roaring to give a sense of alarm. He describes how the bells clamor and clangor out of tune in order to send the message of alarm to those around it. In the forth stanza there are bells that are rung for the diseased. He says that the noises they make are mainly moans, and groans, from their rusty iron throats.
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This gives the feeling of sadness and sorrow. He also makes it seem like the bells are alive, and they want to be rung making more people dead. Which means that they are glad when death comes around. I think that Poe repeated everything so that people get a sense of what really is happening.
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But I think, when he says things over, and over like the word Bells, it starts to get boring and annoying to me. Poe probably wrote about these different bells for all the moods he has had in his life. Their attraction is immediate and undeniable, almost as if fate demanded it.
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Goth Elf here with a bit of a black eye from the barrage of bells. Which reminds me of a poem by Edgar Allan Poe— Keeping time, time, time, In a sort of Runic rhyme, To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells From the bells, bells, bells, bells, Bells, bells, bells— From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. Ah—it brings out the Morticia Addams in me. Fun post, Tena, and that fudge recipe makes my mouth water! Gotta get your Goth on! Love the poem, so appropriate.
LOL Christmas is a time for fun and celebrations. Enjoy them all! Thanks for stopping by Goth Elf! I love Fantasy Fudge! I enjoyed your post! I felt like I was out in the big red barn with the elves getting my christmas spirit on! We have that 2 second rule around here, too. Must be hard to pass up chocolate and nuts this time of year. I know the effects keep you from missing it to bad Glad you enjoyed the story.
Happy Holidays. Thanks for stopping by, glad you were entertained by my post. LOL Happy Holidays! Hi Tena, enjoyed your blog! Thanks for the Fantasy Fudge recipe. Reggi, so glad you liked the recipe and the blog! I had fun with it. Thanks so much for stopping by! Hahaha, oh my goodness, this made me laugh!!
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And damn, that fudge looks yummy! Happy happy holidays to you and yours! Oh, I am so glad my story made you laugh.