Analysis of the Poem Westminister Bridge
garment could be so beautiful that it doesn't matter what the person wearing it looks like.
Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie
Open unto the fields, and to the sky;
* The words "silent" and "bare" are positioned in the poem such that they could describe either the morning or the sights. Because of the semi-colon before them, the sights are the more obvious choice, but the ambiguity is important.
* The setting is "silent" because of the early hour which, from Dorothy
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