I want as much help on 'Snow in the Suburbs' by Thomas Hardy as possible.  What it is about, the form, figures of speech & generally as much as there is to know about the poem as possible.  Big thanks, K

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Every person who reads a poem has their own take on it. Poems are highly personal and subjective in their reach, but to me this poem speaks very strongly of silence. There is a particular sort of silence that falls after the first heavy snowfall where traffic stops momentarily while everyone adapts, and for a time everything is muffled. There is too much in this poem for just one question but images and sound (or lack of it) feature...

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