Questions and Answers | F. Kiefer | SpringerThe poem is composed of a series of four questions, each of which personifies an everyday object—two of them natural, two man-made—to explore the nature of reality. The first question considers the metaphysics and aesthetics of a rose. The second creates a potent paradox in relation to tree roots to that can be interpreted in various ways—political, spiritual, and social. The third personifies a car to address the complexities of ethics. The fourth also personifies a mode of transportation, a train, to consider the pathos of uselessness. The subject of the question is a rose, a common symbol of beauty in poetry.
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