Dylan Thomas' "Fern Hill" celebrates the simplicity of childhood, and yet is written in a complexity of language and symbols which aligns him with other modernist poets. Thomas uses an intricate pattern of repetition and sounds to create images of a bygone age of innocence that disappeared before the narrator could even realize what was happening. By examining this different form of verse that Thomas uses, and looking at the themes and imagery of "Fern Hill" one is able to see how Thomas is a modernist poet and the great skill in his work.
In his poetry Thomas works from emotion and "embod…
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