The Blackberry eating is a poem associated the process and activity of picking blackberries. The poet has been effective in the personification of blackberries that has made it easy to develop themes, characters, and therefore offer a better understanding of the relationship between words and blackberries. The depiction of blackberries is based on the use of the vivid description of various features and aspects of the fruit. Their personification is based on offering them human attributes a good example is the description of the prickly nature of its vine which the author indicates that it is the penalty for trying to take the berries. This is a depiction of the vines as self-aware with characteristics that show that the vines understand the value of the berries and thus have to protect them at all costs. However, the poet has used Blackberries as a metaphor for the use of words and language. However, the way that Galway describes blackberries filled with passion and death. The poem is written in the first person, and the poet is the one who is offering the information first hand. The poem is a description of Blackberry eating, but this is symbolic and metaphoric of something completely different. Galway provides a unique aspect of the description through stylistic devices of imagery and symbolism to create a better understanding of how eating blackberries can be compared to writing. The author solidifies the description of blackberry eating using aspects of different seasons. A good example is where he describes how he loves to eat blackberries in September during the autumn when the berries are completely ripe. This creates a sense of timing and how it is important about aspects of language and writing.
The personification of the process of eating Blackberries is filled with delight and wonder. It is a description of a creative process of writing and use of language represented through the use of imagery and symbolism. Eating blackberries are descriptive of the process involved in the process of writing and use of language to have an adequate influence on the public. The description is rejoicing the beauty associated with the use of language and more specifically the physical aspects of developing words. Some of the aspects include the use of ink, the clustering of letters into words and words into meaning. The process of development of words into meaning is a very complex process which requires great consideration, reason, and timing. The process of eating of the Blackberries is representative of the process of acquiring knowledge through language. The tree of blackberries represents the tree of knowledge which is very significant.
Blackberries are physically unique because of their features. They have lumps that together form the berries. They have great similarities with words and can thus be compared to one another. They have a rich dark juice which is representative of the dark ink used to develop words on paper. The lumps which together make up the berries are representative of how words are grouped to develop meaning.
The poem is, therefore, a very interesting depiction of a physical process of eating Blackberries that represents a different aspect. Developing words and eating blackberries are compared to one another. The rich satisfaction associated with eating ripe blackberries is compared to the development of wealth thought of words that have strong meaning to whoever they are intended.
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