Collected Poems - Pages 102-114 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 102-114 Summary

"The Kind Ghosts" is about a woman sleeping in a palace and dreaming of beautiful gardens. The palace is haunted, but the woman is unaware of the ghosts.

"Winter Song" describes the transition from fall into winter. Owen writes that the colors of the fall die in winter and are replaced by the paler colors like the white of snow.

In "Music", Owen writes that music has often moved him profoundly, but the sounds of musical instruments are not nearly as amazing as the music made by two lovers.

In "Storm", Owen describes being in the middle of a thunder storm and wanting to be struck by lightning. Owen believes this would be a glorious way to die.

In "To My Friend: (With an Identity Disk)", Owen remembers that he once desired to be highly honored by England after he was...

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