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Stanza two he sees a body being rushed away and hidden into the lift. The poet uses the words “trundled” and “corpse” which I think is the main good use of word choice in this stanza. The word “trundled” means as though the body is just being carelessly whisked off away with no thought to the patient once they have died. The use of the word “corpse” really makes us think of death and sets up a grim atmosphere through the rest of the poem. (not sure if this was stanza 2 or 3 ?) However the word “heavenward” makes him feel more at ease and rests his mind that not all is bad.
The third stanza is a minor stanza being the shortest how emotionally hurt she is. The poem is about a death of a close friend or even relative and as we see through the title of the poem the character is going to be visiting.
The first stanza opens with the metaphor and creates the atmosphere: “The hospital smell combs my nostrils”. This immediately gives us the impression that there is a harsh smell of disinfectant and the attack of this makes it a very uncomfortable experience. The setting of the “green” and”yellow” corridors gives connotations of ambulances, illness, paramedics things that are usually associated with hospitals and due to this makes the word choice