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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VHEMES vhemes = visual + themesstart by dragging a predesigned vheme onto the canvas OBJECTS drag and drop icons,shapes, text or upload your own from our extensive library of artwork your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] double click on textto edit or change TEXT "Come up to meet you, tell you I'm sorryYou don't know how lovely you are."He talking about his dead girlfriend.How he dearly misses her.How he wants her back so badly. "Tell me you love me, come back and haunt me."He talks about how the death haunts him.How the car crash was his fault.How the death of her makes him feel guilty. DeathBy Harrison Perkinson Today's time in how they percieve death is more of a mourning process they must relive to forget.Poet's, aritist's, and more talk about their experiences in there works to get relief from it. While death for people like Poe thought of as a revival and a time to immortalize themThey did this by turning them into works of art like paintings, scultures, and poems. Modern Romantics Theory of how both view death "Come up to meet you, tell you I'm sorryYou don't know how lovely you are."He's talking about his dead girlfriend.He is regretting the car wreck he caused, that killed her.He talks about his pains in how he misses her. Article: The Scientist By Coldplay Article: The Scientist By Coldplay "Hating only the Art which was her rival."The only way he will see her is throughthis painting. He hates it at first because he will never be able to see her again in real life. "Tell me you love me, come back and haunt me."He acts like the death is an ongoing nightmare. How the guilt from the wreck is killing him. He believes the wreck was his fault and the death was his punishment, 'This is indeed Life itself!' turned suddenly to regard his beloved:- She was dead!Instead of mourning he imbraces her death.He makes a painting to immortalize her. Modern: The Scientist By Coldplay DeathBy Harrison Perkinson " Come up to meet you, tell youI'm sorry you don't know how lovely you are."This song is about his dead girfriend.It talks about how the car wreckhe caused, had killed her.In how he regrets what happenedand just wants to talk to her onemore time. "Tell me you love me,come back to haunt me." Since the car wreck was hisfault, he blames himself.Her death haunts him, becausehe's the one that caused it.He cant stop thinking of her. The Raven By Edgar Allen Poe 'From my books surcease of sorrowsorrow for the lost LenoreFor the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore Nameless here for evermore."He is talking about his lost love one Lenore. He compares herto an angel. He is deeply saddened by the loss of her. He knows he can never see her again on this earth. "Take thy beak from out my heart, and take thy form from off my door!” Quoth the Raven Nevermore.As the man loses his sanity he begins to shout and scream at thebird. As he cannot grasp the fact that his dear Lenore is gone. So tells the bird to stop attacking his heart by saying the same thing every time. The man thinks about the word even more and lets it get inside hishead and loses grasp on what's reality and what's not. He cannot accept the fact that Lenore is gone and is not coming back. I feel that death is viewed differently back then in the Romanticism Period than its viewed today. Back then inPoe's work The Raven the man couldn't relieze his love Lenore was dead. He couldn't handle it. He viewed it as a bad thing and was too much to handle.Now in Modern works death is viewed as a time of mourning and sadness.They understand that death is a part of life and its a cycle. They have to mourn over itbut can be understood. In the scientist at the end he says he has to let go and move on.He cant just mourn for the rest of his life so he cry's for the last time over his girlfriend and decides to move on.The overall difference between the two in these two works is that Modern works seems to understand the concept in death while in The Raven he cant handle to reality of death. Difference between Modern and Classic Works views on Death
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