The poem " Hope is the thing with feathers " by Emily Dickinson was written in the 19th century . Emily was lonely , she lived her whole life wondering and looking around .
Which made the spirit of sense grow up inside her but she blotted spirit of misery according to her naughty and difficult circumstances in her life . After the war happened she thought that there will be no peace after today .
Dickinsons starts to describe th idea of hope in the free spirit of birds .
Saying that the soul is where hope should be . Birds also sing but with no words , and they continually sing without stopping at all.
Then the speaker mentioned that hope is like the sweetest wind .
Also in the coldest lands and in the worst storms . Hope is heard and it can be found anywhere .
Dickinson uses imagery and metaphore to describe her poem . Beginning with " hope is the thing with feathers " a metaphorical image , the speaker compares hope with the feathers or in other words , birds . It is like hope something that dies and the fly and come out like the angel's wings to heaven and without hope you can simply fall down to hell ." That perch in the soul " , can be seen as both an imagery and a metaphor . Where the speaker continually describes the idea of hope . The birds " sings " ,
hope is not just words it is about the feelings . " sweetest is the gale was heard " , we need hope mostly in hard times when things are going badly .
" chillest lands " , here is also another reason to have hope .
In conclusion , Emily Dickinson was able to handle those powerful combinations with depth . It also tells you how hope is really imortant in life especially in string and hard times .