Elizabeth Bishop has written a very impressive poem about a fish-a very usual creature. The Fish is a poem about the fish that the author had caught. Under her view, the image about a "tremendous" fish, with many details, has been created vividly in my mind. Bishop has described the fish in an easy manner, so that the readers can imagine how magnificent the fish is, and also how she feel. Through her words in
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very coherent, meaningful. I am not a native English speaker, but I can feel what the poet feel, I can imagine how hard the fish breath when being pulled out of water, or how the skin, the lip, the mouth of the fish look like! Why? Because Bishop had done a very good job in choosing words, that people like me can be able to share his view, and his feeling. I like this poem.