I went there for spring break in the year 2011. Being at the beach can be one of the greatest experiences of one’s life. The sounds of the beach can make you forget everyday life. Sights of Panama City can be very uplifting and wonderful. Other noticeable things are what you feel, smell and believe it or not taste.
The ship was much better than we anticipated. We could go onto the deck whenever we wanted. We had a type of toilet and we had plenty of space. I was thrilled with the conditions and I admired the beauty of the ocean. I loved the smell when I came up.
The word ‘stab’ used reminds readers of blood and shows how bright that red shirt is compared to pale sky. Second example of imagery is shown in line, “The beach glows grainy under the sun's copper pressure, air the colour of tangerines” (Woman on a Beach, 7). This is an example of figurative imagery. Michaels is making the comparison of the colour of the air to that of the colour of tangerines describing the sunset. Readers are able to visualize the intensity of the sun’s heat with the word, “glow”, because sun’s rays are radiating against the sand and creating a “glow”.
Analysis of “Nomad Exquisite” by: Wallace Stevens Title- In the poem “Nomad Exquisite” the title is probably about a nomad, which is a person who moves from place to place, that has something very special or unusual about this person. Paraphrase- Florida is a neat place. The dew creates water on the ground in order for the big palm trees and pretty green vines to grow. The sound is like music in the air. Also, it has all of the bright colors and nice mornings.
Adeline feels the fresh breeze; she sees the flowery luxuriance of the turf. Her senses all lead to the feeling of enjoyment, as happiness and warmth flow throughout her body. As the setting is described, it seems as if time stops, so the character can absorb all the nature she is viewing. Radcliffe depicts the environment so perfectly that readers breathlessly follow the scenery with rich images. It’s an almost magical setting that depicts particular feelings, mainly pleasure
Moving on 1. The opening description of nature creates a sense of hope and optimism by mentioning things that you may describe as almost a utopia. The passage quotes ‘river… runs deep and green. The water is warm too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands in the sunlight before reaching the narrow pool.’ The mention of sunlight and yellow sands help us to think it is a joyful and happy place, which creates hope and optimism through the use of this description. 2.
Oh, the proud total of those lusty hours The give and take of rough and vigorous tussles With happy sinews and rejoicing muscles; The knowledge of my own beneficent powers, Feeling the force in one small body bent To curb and tame this towering element. Back on the curving beach I stood again, Facing the bath-house, when a group of
“What a great day for a boat ride,” I thought to myself. It is a cozy warm, shorts and short sleeve shirt day at the time that people are arriving onto the big bulky catamaran. The sky is light blue with some dainty see-through clouds and a slight warm western breeze. I am located on one of the tropical islands of Hawaii, Kauai. The glossy white surface of the boat is blinding because of the reflection from the early evening sun.