Can you please summerise the Poem No 16 from Tennyson’s IN MEMORIAM?XVIWhat words are these have falle’n from me? Can calm despair and wild unrest…

Can you please summerise the Poem No 16 from Tennyson’s IN MEMORIAM?XVIWhat words are these have falle’n from me? Can calm despair and wild unrest…

Can you please summerise the Poem No 16 from Tennyson’s IN MEMORIAM?XVIWhat words are these have falle’n from me? Can calm despair and wild unrest…

Can you please summerise the Poem No 16 from Tennyson’s IN MEMORIAM?XVIWhat words are these have falle’n from me? Can calm despair and wild unrest…

What the speaker in this poem is saying is that he has essentially gone crazy from grief.  He is wondering how grief can make him feel so many different ways all at the same time.  His sorrow has shaken him to the core and he no longer has any real sense of who he is or what he is doing.He wonders how he can be both calm and completely agitated at the same time.He wonders if sorrow really does not have just one form, but many.He wonders if what has really happened is that his sorrow has treated him like a ship that has hit rocks and is just staggering around aimlessly, about to sink.
Can you please summerise the Poem No 16 from Tennyson’s IN MEMORIAM?XVIWhat words are these have falle’n from me? Can calm despair and wild unrest…