They Flee from Me
They Flee from Me Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory
There’s more to a poem than meets the eye.
The poem is all about the speaker's relationships with women, so, naturally, he talks about them a lot: like, for most of the poem. The speaker is vague at points, referring to women in the first s...
There aren't any actual animals in Wyatt's poem, but the speaker sure tries to make us think there are. In the first stanza in particular, he implies that he's talking about birds. Elsewhere in the...
In the second stanza, the speaker talks about a girl that was really special to him. He relates a particular occasion where she visited him, and he seems a bit obsessed with her outfit. It almost s...
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