Poem issues!! Urgent! Please help meHi,In the poem "On the grasshopper & the cricket" by John Keats, what is the:Imagery (metaphors,…

Poem issues!! Urgent! Please help meHi,In the poem "On the grasshopper & the cricket" by John Keats, what is the:Imagery (metaphors,…

Poem issues!! Urgent! Please help meHi,In the poem "On the grasshopper & the cricket" by John Keats, what is the:Imagery (metaphors,…

Poem issues!! Urgent! Please help meHi,In the poem "On the grasshopper & the cricket" by John Keats, what is the:Imagery (metaphors,…

The John Keats poem, “On the Grasshopper and Cricket,” features metaphor that compares poetry to the songs of the grasshopper and the cricket.  Specifically, the songs of the grasshopper and the cricket are the “poetry of earth.”In his sonnet, the grasshopper’s song keeps poetry alive in the summer (the first eight lines), and the cricket’s song keeps poetry alive in the winter (the final six lines).  The songs are united, though, as is the poem, then, in the final three lines:The Cricket’s song, in warmth increasing ever,And seems to one in drowsiness half lost,The Grasshopper’s among some grassy hills.The cricket’s song heard in winter seems to be the grasshopper’s heard in summer.Unity is created in the poem by the extended metaphor, the songs of the insects, the juxtaposition of summer and winter, and the uniting of the songs and the seasons in the final three lines of the poem.
Poem issues!! Urgent! Please help meHi,In the poem "On the grasshopper & the cricket" by John Keats, what is the:Imagery (metaphors,…