The Rime of The Ancient Mariner

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The Rime of The Ancient Mariner

"He holds him with his glittering eye —The Wedding–Guest stood still,And listens like a three years child:The Mariner hath his will"

A6. 2-- THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER By: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

In the image, the Mariner has stopped the Wedding Guest and is preparing to tell him a story. The Wedding Guest is mesmerized by the Mariner and seems unable to get away.

''Day after day, day after day,We stuck, nor breath nor motion;As idle as a painted shipUpon a painted ocean''

in this image, everyone on the ship is motionless like a painted ship on a painted ocean

Are those her ribs through which the SunDid peer, as through a grate?And is that Woman all her crew?Is that a DEATH? and are there two?Is DEATH that woman’s mate?

They see a ship that has two people on it and say that it is a skeleton ship with death being one of the people on it.

in this image, he is telling the wedding guest that he will not drop, which i think is saying that he aint going to die.

''“I fear thee and thy glittering eye,And thy skinny hand, so brown.”—Fear not, fear not, thou Wedding–Guest!This body dropt not down.''

''And the coming wind did roar more loud,And the sails did sigh like sedge;And the rain poured down from one black cloud;The Moon was at its edge.''

In this image, wind is getting rough and it starts pouring rain.

In this image, the mariner sees a group of angels who each shake his hand but did not speak but was like music that sank into his heart.

''This seraph-band, each waved his hand,No voice did they impart —No voice; but oh! the silence sankLike music on my heart.''

In this image, the mariners ship suddenly sinks and he is saved inside the pilots boat.

''Stunned by that loud and dreadful sound,Which sky and ocean smote,Like one that hath been seven days drownedMy body lay afloat;But swift as dreams, myself I foundWithin the Pilot’s boat.''


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