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    In "The Secret," by Denise Levertov, the narrator tells about two girls who "discover the secret of life in a sudden line of poetry." Although the narrator (presumably Levertov herself) is the...

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    n my opinion, this poem means that, although time passes, we keep what is important in our hearts. These things that we retain are much more important than the physical things that we lose. We...

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    n my opinion, this poem means that, although time passes, we keep what is important in our hearts. These things that we retain are much more important than the physical things that we lose. We...

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    n my opinion, this poem means that, although time passes, we keep what is important in our hearts. These things that we retain are much more important than the physical things that we lose. We...

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    Denise Levertov's poem, "A Time Past" uses visual imagery to conjure up moments from the past. The first bit of visual imagery is found in the mention of the steps: The old wooden steps to the...

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    In my opinion, the steps represent time. They represent the idea that there are times in the past that are now all gone and can never be found again. Even though they are gone, however, we can...

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    In my opinion, this poem means that, although time passes, we keep what is important in our hearts. These things that we retain are much more important than the physical things that we lose. We...

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  • Denise Levertov
    “Peripheral vision” refers to the nature of the speaker’s consciousness, in which apparently pressing problems become less important, just as when we focus on an object in front of us, other...

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    The speaker feels happy, but also knows that her happiness is temporary, dependent on good circumstances and a good mood. The change is inevitable, with the loss of mood and the imposition of...

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    In my opinion, this poem means that, although time passes, we keep what is important in our hearts. These things that we retain are much more important than the physical things that we lose. We...

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