One Art by Elizabeth Bishop Reference to Context
One Art by Elizabeth Reference to Context
These lines have been taken from the poem “One Art” written by Elizabeth Bishop.
In this poem the poetess wants to teach us that the art of losing things is necessary to lead a pleasant life. We should not bother, whether things are lost or snatched from us. The loss of door-keys or some other possession should be accepted as a part of life. No loss should disturb us, we should take our defeats and losses lightly.
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