What is the "Funeral Blues" poem by W. H. Auden about?


Funeral blues poem by W.H. Auden is an elegy and it is about a person who has died. The poem was first published in 1936, three years after Auden's death, and was recited in the movie 'Four Weddings and a Funeral.
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The themes of "Funeral Blues" are grief, love, death, mourning and unhappiness. The narrator's loved one has died, and it feels as if their entire world has been destroyed
The poem, commonly known by its opening words, "Stop all the clocks, exists in two very different versions: the original version in five stanzas, and the version in four stanzas
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The funeral blues poem by W H Auden is about a lover, who has lost his or her partner to death. The lover feels like nothing is good in the world and wants the world dark and everything silent to be allowed to mourn the loved one.
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