Success is Counted Sweetest (Looking at the subject - Lulwa ( I…
Success is Counted Sweetest
Looking at the subject - Lulwa
I selected the poem because it describes the true meaning behind success.
The title tells about the poem that success has a deep meaning.
My first impression of the poem is that success will not happen till you know what failure is like.
The theme of the poem is only failures fully understand the meaning of success.
The tone of the poem " Success is Counted Sweetest is Ambitious and Sad, because it shows the negative impact failure can have on a person
Yes the poem has a purpose which is giving hope to people near success.
Verbs in the poem
The verbs are not similar
words like defeated and dying indicate failure.
The author used the words to better portray the image of success and failure
The mood of the poem is sad
words that contribute to the tone are defeated, dying, and agonized
Looking at form - Lulwa
The poem contains three separate stanzas.
The poem doesn't rhyme.
The poem doesn't rhyme, so it doesn't follow any rhyme scheme.
The lack of a rhyme contribute to the meaning by making the poem a lyric poem and that helps Emily to express her feelings and emotions.
There are no similes in the poem
Nectar is compared to success
There is no personification in the poem
flag symbolizes the status symbol used in warfare
Purple symbolizes royalty and nobility
looking at the context
7.The poem mainly talks about an event which is success
8.the poem does not talk about a historical event from the past
The poem was written in 1859 and published in 1864
taiping rebellion occured at that time
12.the time period is not related to poem
11.at that time she was the most productive
The poem wrote the poem to show that the only way success can be appreciated is by failure
After researching the poem, it became more inspiring
In my opinion, the poem is relevant now, and will always be relevant and liked by many people because success and failure happens to each and every person, no matter what era they're living in
This poem inspires readers because it gives hope to people when they fail