This poem reflects a timeless theme of humanity: death. The poem may appear grim, but it documents the internal monologue of a person coming to terms with the death of their loved one in war and may be interpreted by anyone struggling with accepting the way things are. Poetry and art speak to universal themes, and this work explores a way of coping against tides that seem to overrun you. I am sure university students will know this feeling well.
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