Comaprison of Methods and Effects of "The Pond" by Michael Schmidt and "Rising Five" by Norman Nicholson
The authors of the Poems 'The Pond' and 'Rising Five' use different methods and effects to get across their theme of passing time. Michael Schmidt uses a different style and structure in 'The Pond' than Norman Nicholson does, although the two have a similar tone and theme in the poem.
The theme of the poem, "Rising five" by Norman Nicholson is that humans, adults and children, like nature are impatient and are always looking to the future and, in effect, are dead if they do not spend a moment to appreciate what is around them at present. …
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