Poem Analysis for Lullaby for Insomniacs

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At first glance at the poem “Another Lullaby for Insomniacs” by A.E. Stallings, it can seem like the subject is insomnia just for the title but it has more than depth than that. In order to understand what the theme of the poem is, readers must analyze is line by line. After doing so, you should come to realize that the theme is that theirs this guy who’s broken hearted over his lover who moved because he didn’t put a ring on her finger and now he can’t sleep over it. Numerous readers don’t look inside a poem like they should to really find out what it means. Anyone can look at the title and come up with a subject or theme about the poem and it can be completely irrelevant to the poem. So you should always read it more than once. Try…show more content…
This poem is a rhyming pantoum poem, which is represented by the repeated words and the rhythm of the poem. Theirs is also no uses of a simile or metaphors on this poem, but this poem does contain a great deal of imagery. What is imagery? Imagery can be described as the visualizing the mental images, figures, or things of the text. Imagery in this poem is important, because it helps give the reader a visual of the theme and can also help to understand it a

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