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Analysis of "Storm Warning

Summary: An analysis on the poem entitled "Storm Warnings" by Adrienne Rich.
The poem entitled "Storm Warnings" by Adrienne Rich is separated into four stanzas with twenty-eight verses. The organization of the poem is chronological, which means the poem is written in order. The literary use of imagery reveals its literal meanings; however, the use of metaphor exposes the poem's literal as well as the metaphorical meanings.

"Storm Warnings" is a metaphorical poem. It may talk about a storm coming, but the storm actually stands for a person's emotion. "Weather abroad and weather in the heart alike come on regardless of prediction," literally means the weather is unpredictable. On the other hand, it metaphorically means that a person's emotional struggle is unpredictable. The poem goes on saying that no matter what, you cannot change the weather, "Which clocks and weatherglasses cannot alter." This just means that the person will have to deal with the emotion. In addition, the...

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