Short and sweet poem. ABAB rhyme scheme throughout the entire poem. Personifies the wind first thinga nd then the rest of the poem is the description of the wind. He calls the wind “he”, the reason for personifying wind as a he has seems to have an important underlaying meaning. What exactly is the author trying to say with the personifying of the wind? Describes the wind having body parts of a man and uses them with human emotions. The humam actions that the wind are described doing mirror the qualities of wind. Metaphor of wind and man leave a very distinct image and feeling on the reader after reading the poem.
“Who goes with Fergus?” by William Butler Yeats
The name ‘fergus’ is a specific name that creates a specific mood of the writing and poem. Only first stanza has structured rhyme scheme. The author is adressing a young man in a way of advising. The author knows Fergus. the qualities of Fergus are illustrated twice throghout the poem; once in the first stanza, once in the second. The meaning of the name Fergus, and the importance of the person himself have great power in the authors life. To me, fergus is depicted as a godly type and someone who is very knowledgable. what does the author want to say with the charcter Fergus?