December 5, 2005
Regret on the Way to an Airport
What do you think the author is regretting? The author of â€œRegrets on the Way to an Airportâ€? uses metaphors to stress the regret they feel. Write your own metaphor and relate it to a regret you have.
Posted by at December 5, 2005 8:25 PM | What Have You Lost?
When I hear the line, "Nor raised a thousand voices with the stillness of my sigh," I feel that the author is regretting not standing up for something they were passionate for; or possibly being not all they could be or could have done. This regret is so strong that they are physically running away, to catch a plane at the airport and fly away from their regrets.
Posted by: Jamie at December 7, 2005 1:52 PM
Regret is the turning of the tide- too swift to recall the action back, too strong to forget it.
I thing regret is one of the saddest emotions. It grabs hold of everyone at one point or another. We must learn to be like the willow, bendable so that we don't break when the stiff winds of regret wash over us.
Posted by: Mary F. Wright at December 12, 2005 3:46 PM
Posted by: jonny at November 4, 2006 7:23 PM