A Poet Ship Tale. . In The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner

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A Poet Ship Tale In the Rime of the Ancient Mariner is a poem that tells the reader to understand about the supernatural, romanticism, spiritual meaning, and shows illustration as in picturing that things occurring in your head.
“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, It is one of his famous poems, because it was one of the first to use ballad in this poet. Samuel was a writer of poets for the longest. He likes to talk about God and nature in his poem. When a person comes up to you to tell you their story or any experience they been through is because you the chosen one who needs to hear it. Maybe you can learn something or change a little something about you that you need to change of yourself when you know you
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The Mariner has a journey to tell, he is just outside, sitting on a stone he stops one of the wedding guests. The Mariner grabs him and the other two wedding guest were like what the heck is wrong with this old man. “Hold off! Unhand me, gray - beard loon!” (Coleridge, 11, pt. 1). But why did he chose him? Well the wedding guest guy got his attention from the Mariner’s eyes that shine so bright. He stayed to listen to this Marnier on what he was about to tell him. So the other two wedding guest stay to listen too. The Mariner tells him about the experience of the crew member of the ship and what they had been through. The three wedding guest stayed to listen to the Mariner tell them about the ship and the crew on the ship. “ The wedding sat on a stone; he cannot choose but hear; and that when the ancient man spoke” (Coleridge, 17-18, pt.1). As he tells the story to them.
They will eventually get into the story of the ancient Mariner, because it 's about life and people in real life experience these ways. The crew experience about life. The ship went through a bad icy storm. Right after the Mariner kills the Albatross things around that ship start to change. They have this incident experience over life and death upon the crew while at sea. “ And now the STORM - BLAST came, and he Was tyrannous and strong:”(Coleridge, 41-42, Pt. 1). The storm is hitting them and things around them will change.
The poet tells
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