Title: Annabel Lee I'm guessing this poem is about a woman named Annabel Lee?
Paraphrase: Annabel Lee and her lover had a love stronger than love in the kingdom by the sea.
The angels in heaven wanted a love like theirs. One day, the cold came to kill Annbel Lee.
A noble relative came to put her in a sepulcher. Every night, her lover comes to visit her and lays right next to her tomb.
Connotation: Maiden - Unmarried woman Bore - Dig a hole Envying - To want something from someone else that you lack Highborn kingsman - Noble relative related to Annabel Lee Covet - Dangerous desire to have something Sepulcher - Tomb
Attitude/Tone: Nostalgic at the beginning and sad at the end
End when the narrator talks about laying right by her tomb every night.
Shift: Beginning when the narrator tells the story about him and Annabel Lee.
Structure: Repetition of "This kingdom by the sea.
Lots of rhyming. (I.e. Sea and Lee)
Title: Annabel Lee Two lovers separate after one dies.