On the Underground Rilroad

On the Underground Rilroad

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  • Dose no one care!!! I WANT FREEDOM! WE WANT OUR FREEDOM!!!
  • What can I do... My clothes is tattered, my feet is bare, we bleed from frostbite...
  • Underground Railroad
  • Symbol: I think the symbol in this poen is freedom, because this poem is talking about the slavery want to get the freedom. They follow the star, find the Underground Railroad those thing shows they want the freedom, they want get free.
  • Free!
  • Freedom.. Wait!
  • Images: at first stanza, "His clothes are tattered,/His feet are bare;" those let us have a image in our head, showing how poor the slavery is, and that at the same time showing if they want go to the freedom,they have to cross the damage.
  • Freedom! I am coming!
  • My clothes is tattered. My feet are bare... What can I do?
  • Figures of Speech: allusion is a type of figure of speech, in the poem "He follows the star/With a hope that shines," the star is not the real star, the star just the god, the god leading he through the freedom.
  • Freedom! I can do everything for you.
  • Figures of Speech: alliteration it also is a type of figures of speech, in the poem says "Freedom through flight," that's not real talking about the freedom are flying, that are showing the slavery want the freedom, but the freedom are too far to them, they have to run ,they have to chase the freedom
  • Tone: the tone of this poem is sad and hopeful, I think that because at the first stanza was talking about how the slavery looks like, "His clothes are tattered,/His feet are bare;/They bleed from frostbite." That showing the poor and sad tone. In the stanza 2 to 4 are telling the slavery found the way to the freedom, so, that's the part showing the hope tone.
  • Theme: the theme in this poem is, if you want the freedom, you can't give up, because at the first stanza are showing about the slavery, they don't have the freedom, but they don't give up, they still want to get the freedom, so the god chose to leading them to the freedom.
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