Walking on "Patterns"
In "Patterns" by Amy Lowell the speaker's attitude shifts from being sensual and accepting to being angry and frustrated. Narrator notes how she walks up and down the patterned garden- paths after time and after time following the same arrangement. The developing anger and frustration over the course of the poem towards patterns that cannot be broken is relative to the theme; patterns are an omnipresent element of life that, as the narrator experienced it, become very limiting and separating from real happiness and love.
The tone of the poem is not consistent, and alters as the poem prog…
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