Heart! We will forget him!

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poetry unit Emily Dickinson

Storyboard Text

  • Both my heart and brain will forget a past love tonight. We will forget how he made us feel and everything good about him.
  • Paraphrase
  • Personification is used on the heart to make it seem like its own person.
  • Connotation
  • The attitude is heartbreak, as shown when she describes "the warmth he gave" and his "light." It also shows an attitude of longing towards the love she lost.
  • Attitude
  • The shift of the poem occurs when she says, "Haste! lest while you're lagging, I may remember him!" The poem goes from a slow pace, while the author is wallowing in her misery, to a faster, more frantic pace, as she is desperate to forget the man.
  • Shift
  • My heart and my head will forget a past love and finally get over him.
  • Title
  • After a relationship ends, the heart and the brain heal at different speeds.
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