The poet abandoned his belief in the reality of paradise and hell. 4. The poet used to be innocent as a youngster. He trusted whatever grownups told him. Then something bad happened, and he lost his trust in adults. What did this mean for his belief system? It must have been very difficult for him to accept that innocence could be damaged or destroyed.
In order for a person to lose their innocence they need to do something wrong. If someone stays with the truth no matter what happens they remain innocent.
In conclusion, losing one's innocence is caused by doing something wrong.
When the poet discovered that his mind was truly his and that his ideas were his own and not those of others, he lost his youth. The poet was born on January 25th, 772, and he died on August 18th, 854. He was an Anglo-Saxon monk who lived during the reign of Charlemagne.
He lost his father when he was only eight years old and his mother when he was eleven. From then on, he was raised by his aunt and uncle, who had many other children who might have made him feel like a brother or sister instead of an adult son. This must have very young has made him feel alone in the world and unable to protect himself.
When the poet grew up, he became a priest. However, due to political problems with his bishop, he left his monastery and went back home. He stayed there for only a few months until he found another monastery where he could live as a recluse and pray for his country.
During his lifetime, he wrote more than 100 poems about God and religious subjects. These poems were so good that people still read them today. The poet is considered one of the founders of modern poetry because of his use of language and his inspiration from nature.
Eleven (eleven) years What did the poet realize when he was eleven years old? When the poet was eleven years old, he felt he had lost his childhood and had acquired his own thinking. He also discovered that Hell and Heaven do not exist. His father had been dead for three years, but apparently it took him a long time to learn this fact.
Hell and heaven are human creations. They are ideas we create to explain what happens after we die. There is no hell or heaven, just life and death. The poet's father had died, but he didn't know it until he was eleven years old. When you lose someone close to you, your mind tries to make sense of what has happened by saying "this person must have gone to a better place," or "someone else will take their place." But there is no better place or replacement person. Life continues on as before, only now you are left with memories and feelings.
The poet realized these things when he was eleven years old, but it took him another three decades to fully understand them.