consider how the literary terms speaker/persona, situation, setting, theme, and tone can be used to analyze poetry

consider how the literary terms speaker/persona, situation, setting, theme, and tone can be used to analyze poetry. For this discussion topic, be sure you have read and studied the materials and the poems in the learning resources.
Choose two of the poems listed in the learning resources and answer the following questions for both of them. Keep in mind that the “speaker” of the poem is the “persona” that the poet has created, not the poet him/herself. Try to describe the speaker by giving an overview of him or her, such as a person who is grieving over a lost loved one.
1. Who is the poem’s speaker?
2. What are the poem’s situation and setting?
3. What is the poem’s tone?
Suggestions for your postings:
1. Make it clear which topic you’re responding to. You do not have to number your responses. Instead, use strong topic sentences that let your reader know you’re responding to the topic.
2. Provide evidence (including quotes with line numbers) that supports your answer.
3. Proofread your writing carefully before posting it. You want clear and well-constructed sentences.
4. Do not use or copy from outside sources. You are not doing research here. You are working at developing your own reading and analytical and writing skills.
Use a professional style of communication, with attention to grammar, spelling, and typos; cite your sources, including the class readings, both inside the body of your initial response and at the end as Works Cited entries (MLA Style).

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Choose two of the poems listed below to answer the following questions
1. Who is the poem’s speaker?
2. What are the poem’s situation and setting?
3. What is the poem’s tone?