Who Has Seen the Wind?
Who Has Seen the Wind? Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory
There’s more to a poem than meets the eye.
The wind sounds kind of like a superhero in Rossetti's poem, or at the very least a mythical sort of presence that passes by. At the same time though, the speaker describes the wind in the same sor...
The trees and their leaves are really the only things that prove that the wind does exist. Without them, we wouldn't really hear or feel the wind like we do in "Who Has Seen the Wind?" So the proof...
The speaker's talk about the wind "passing through" or "passing by" gives us a sense of the natural sort of way that the wind exists in the poem, and in life, without any frills or big takeaway mea...
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