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HelloKitty17
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What Was Told, That Jalal al-Din Rumi, 1207 - 1273 . What was said to the rose that made it open was said to me here in my chest. What was told the cypress that made it strong and straight, what was whispered the jasmine so it is what it is, whatever made sugarcane sweet, whatever was said to the inhabitants of the town of Chigil in Turkestan that makes them so handsome, whatever lets the pomegranate flower blush like a human face, that is being said to me now. I blush. Whatever put eloquence in language, that’s happening here. The great warehouse doors open; I fill with gratitude, chewing a piece of sugarcane, in love with the one to whom every that belongs!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's basically saying what made those things do what they do, like the rose for example, certain acts, and were trying to find words to why they felt that way. (Btw im just guessing based on my perception >.<)

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HelloKitty17
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thank you!
HelloKitty17
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read the poem and help me answer this Did the poet create strong images? What could you see, hear, smell, taste, or feel?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i am a good writer so
anonymous
  • anonymous
The poet did create strong images.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
like what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you use strong detail
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
read the poem and help me answer this Did the poet create strong images? What could you see, hear, smell, taste, or feel?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i can hear and see it dude
anonymous
  • anonymous
The whole poem uses strong images. What was said to the rose that made it open was said--> This whole stanza uses GREAT imagery to me here in my chest. What was told the cypress that made it strong and straight, what was whispered the jasmine so it is what it is, whatever made sugarcane sweet, whatever was said to the inhabitants of the town of Chigil in Turkestan that makes them so handsome, whatever lets the pomegranate flower blush like a human face, that is being said to me now. I blush. Whatever put eloquence in language, that’s happening here. The great warehouse doors open; I fill with gratitude, chewing a piece of sugarcane, in love with the one to whom every that belongs!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hopefully you get it from me pointing out one stanza.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
can you point out one specific image
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
@Guzman23 tell me things that you can see, hear, smell, or feel from the poem
anonymous
  • anonymous
What was told the cypress that made it strong and straight When I read this I pictured a HUGE beautiful Cypress, with it's leaves flowing outward, with vines all over the tree itself. I would say that's something I can see.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
but what hear or feel
HelloKitty17
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@ShirouxGhoul is there another thing that I can use for see?!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can smell the rose, see the cypress tree, hear the warehouse doors open, and you can feel the blush.
HelloKitty17
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@ShirouxGhoul I have few more questions about the poem. What emotion was the author trying to express? How is the poem organized (lines, stanzas, etc.)? What is unique or interesting about the structure of the poem? Does the poem rhyme? What is the poem saying about life or love? Do you agree or disagree with this message? Explain. Are there any other reasonable ways to interpret this poem?
HelloKitty17
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@misty_fox the poem is up top.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No rhyme, he was trying to express love, it's saying everything has a way of getting around, yes there are other ways to interpret this poem. The agree or disagree is for you to decide, and the structure one, I'm not sure.
HelloKitty17
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Can you explain to be about the other ways to interpret this poem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, but I know it can be interpreted in a different way, everything can.
HelloKitty17
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@ShirouxGhoul can you spate your answers that you gave me? I am confused with on goes with which
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What emotion was the author trying to express? Structure: How is the poem organized (lines, stanzas, etc.)? What is unique or interesting about the structure of the poem? Does the poem rhyme? What is the poem saying about life or love? Do you agree or disagree with this message? Explain. Are there any other reasonable ways to interpret this poem?
HelloKitty17
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What emotion was the author trying to express? Structure: How is the poem organized (lines, stanzas, etc.)? What is unique or interesting about the structure of the poem?
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HelloKitty17
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CAN SOMEONE HELP ME PLEASE
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK!
HelloKitty17
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thank you before I explode. this driving me nuts
anonymous
  • anonymous
1.I think stanzas 2.? 3.No 4.Everything has a way of getting around 5.Yes 6.Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
*4.It's basically saying what made those things do what they do, like the rose for example, certain acts, and were trying to find words to why they felt that way.
HelloKitty17
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what is the answer for What emotion was the author trying to express?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Love. Do you need me to point out where I got that answer?
HelloKitty17
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yes please. if you don't mind
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not at all.
anonymous
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HelloKitty17
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could explain a little why that would be love?
anonymous
  • anonymous
He basically said with love to everything. Meaning he felt love for everything.
HelloKitty17
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can you give another example about love?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what was said to the rose that made it open was said to me here in my chest. I interpreted this like 'me her in my chest' meant his heart, or love.
HelloKitty17
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and I did not quit get the answers for Do you agree or disagree with this message? Explain. Are there any other reasonable ways to interpret this poem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's not about love, it's about spirituality. I take back the 'love' thing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
As for the poem, you have to keep in mind when reading Rumi that he was a Sufi. Sufism is considered a mystical sect of Islam. The majority of his poetry (as well as Hafiz) is about spirituality. Often he does not come out and say he is talking about God, often referring to him as "the beloved" or other such names. That's who he is referring to in the final line of this poem. Look at the poem within this context of a Sufi poet. Every blessing, strength, etc, given to anything is also given to him. The great warehouse could be him opening himself to God or God opening everything to him. What we are reading are translations. In the originals, many of the poems were written in such a way that more than one meaning could be taken from a line or image they've given us. It's more about what it means to the individual.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Got it, or do I need to explain more?
HelloKitty17
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is that both of them? can you sperate it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, it's about what the emotion the author is trying to convey. It's spirituality, what I just wrote was a explanation as to why it's about spirituality.
HelloKitty17
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this is the question for disagree or agree?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, I was wrong, he isn't trying to express love like I said, he is trying to express spirituality.
HelloKitty17
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oh ok. but I need the answer for two last two.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK, first are you atheist or do you have a religion? (this is crucial to answer the question)
HelloKitty17
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I don't have a religion
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
OK, then I would say you disagree with the message he's trying to convey. He's trying to convey a message about God so I would say Disagree.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Disagree with this message, because I don't have a religion. I guess is what you would put.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You still there?
HelloKitty17
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yea.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You got it now? Are you finished?
HelloKitty17
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This question. Are there any other reasonable ways to interpret this poem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes. Interpreting that it's about love, because through-out the poem a lot of instances could make you think it's trying to convey love.
anonymous
  • anonymous
throughout* Not through-out, sorry.
HelloKitty17
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last question What kind of magazine or other publication would be the best place for this type of poem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know. Is it multiple-choice or just asking?
HelloKitty17
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just asking
HelloKitty17
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can you help me @ShirouxGhoul
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say a book.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
could you explain a little bit please?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would just day book because it seems like it would be to deep or sentimental poem to put in a magazine etc.
HelloKitty17
  • HelloKitty17
can you go a littler deeper?
HelloKitty17
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hurry I have to go
anonymous
  • anonymous
Poems are a lot of the time in books. There called poetry books I think. That's why I said book.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also, because he's a well known poet, so I would assume they would put his work in a poetry book.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you need more help after this question, just tag me, and if I don't reply in about 10 minutes, message me. If I don't reply then, I'm offline, or away.
HelloKitty17
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thank you so much!!!!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your welcome! It's my pleasure!

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