A Dream Deffered
By beela03, Updated
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This simile suggests that forgotten dreams lose their meaning and shrivel to nothing
The simile means that forgotten dreams can linger in your mind and become bothersome like a sore
The simile about meat means that forgotten dreams can be altered in your mind into an unpleasent memory.
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Hughes used the simile about sugar to say that dreams can grow old and be completely forgotten as sugar will crust over if you don't use it.
The simile that ends the poem suggests that a forgotten dream can leave lasting impressions, similar to an explosion. It can also impact your thoughts and actions in a positive or negative way.
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