Poem-Mirror class 10 Notes English Communicative



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Mirror (Poem)
By-Sylvia Plath

This is a poem written in the first person, i. e. , a mirror is giving an account of its nature and qualities. Personification is used throughout. In first stanza, the narrator is a real mirror while in the second stanza, it is a lake( a reflecting surface which acts like a mirror). It reflects how a woman is disappointed and frustrated to see her gradually fading beauty and youth.

The mirror in the poem symbolises the eternal truth of life. It is real and shining. It is silver in colour and appears perfectly smooth. It does not judge others with preconceived ideas like humans do. But only reflects the exact image back without any alteration. The mirror is not cruel but only truthful. It considers itself as a four-cornered eye of God, which sees everything for what it is.

The mirror says that it spends most of its time in watching the pink wall on the opposite side. It has, as if, become a part of it . The image of the wall is interrupted only by people who come to have a look at themselves or by the darkness caused by the night.

The mirror then compares itself to a lake, where the woman bends over it and tries to find its flaws behind its darkness. The illusion created by the moonlight or the candles make her appear beautiful and different from what she actually is. But the mirror, very truthfully, reflects her image without being biased.

But the true images reflected by the mirror makes the woman frustrated and angry. She cries and throws her hands in agitation and despair. She is ageing but unable to accept the natural process of ageing. Every morning she comes and stands in front of the mirror. She misses her youth and beauty. It is her face that replaces the darkness. She feels insecure and insignificant because she feels that she is no more charming. The loss of her beauty and youthfulness makes her behave like a fish without water or a fish trapped in the pond.

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