what has the camera captured

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The camera has captured the photograph of a girl of 12 year old with her cousins.


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explanation of line "both wry with the laboured ease of loss"

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in this line the poet's mother laughd at the cardboard picture then became sad after recalling happy memories and the line says "both" because the poet loved to listen his mothe's laughter but was quickly dissapointed as she became lost in her memories

The poet and her mother seemed to have lost a significant thing or person. In the mother’s case it might be a near and dear one and in the poet’s case it is her mother’s laughter, happiness and joy.


Q. What has not changed over the years? Does this suggest something to you

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the sea has not changed. this suggests that the sea is immortal, it also shows that humans are mortal ie. they come and go but the sea is the same.

the sea has not changed. this suggests that the sea is immortal, it also shows that humans are mortal ie. they come and go but the sea is the same.

the sea has not changed. this suggests that the sea is immortal, it also shows that humans are mortal ie. they come and go but the sea is the same.


what is the meaning of the phrase terribly transient feet

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'Terribly transient feet' refers to the ever changing imprints of feet on the seashore. The sea does not change but the human life is transient.


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