2 Matching Annotations
- Jan 2023
I hold it towards you.
It is confusing what the author is offering towards the other person. They never mention an object that the other person can receive; however since this is the last line of the poem, it offers some type of significance as the author seems to be offering life to the other person.
would, if it were cold
This seems like some type of analogy as if the poet were imagining that they are dead and unable to move their hand. The reasoning is not revealed as to why this might be, but I think that the author is offering a perspective as if they were no longer existing.