Ulalume: A ballad by Edgar Allan Poe, Storyboard
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"Our talk had been serious and sober/ But our thoughts they were palsied and sere/Our memories were treacherous and sere."
Tha imagery you are using is very Dark
" The skies they were ashen and sober/ The leaves they were crisped and sere,/The leaves they were withering and sere; "
that is a a good use of alliteration at the end of your sentences!
And I said- " She is warmer than Dian/she rolls through an ether of sighs/ She revels in a region of sighs."
Maybe it is comparing that it is warmer than the Roman goddess of the hunt and the moon.
What do you think that simile is comparing?
"It was surely October/ On this very night of last year that I jouneyed/I journey down here / That I brought a dread burden down here/ On this night of all nights in the year/ Oh, what demon has tempted me here."
Oh I dont feel so good about this, this isobviously an allusion referencing something that happened here in the past
" And now, as the night was senescent/ And star dials pointed to morn/ As the star dials hinted of morn"
this tone used is telling me it is a sad tone, and serious.
The literary elements work together to create a mysterious, dark, creepy, and sad mood. " In the misty mid region of Weir/ It was down by the tank tarn of Auber/ In the ghoul haunted woodland of Weir."
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