He was in the science program at the time Ranjan. In conclusion I think that both these poems use mostly the same language devices, but where Nichols portrays relationships as a good thing, Khalvati seems to portray them as a bad thing.
Nichols is very ambiguous with her language here.
The fact that Khalvati has done this demonstrates that love will certainly not be the same. However, this can also be interpreted as the memories of her childhood, when she lived in Guyana with her family, written in the past tense, to convey her feelings in the past.
Nichols writes about what family is, and what it means to her, and the poem seems to be positive, in adoration of her mother, but there are also other standpoints that say the poem could have a deeper, negative meaning.
High temperature can also be from the colour reddish and this in turn can be associated with love, therefore the persona is usually indirectly revealing their love for this person without facing it go on.
Everyone would be able to relate to this as everyone has suffered heartbreak. The poem describes a generic feeling of awe, love and gratitude to a parent while keeping a little specific mystery.
However, something changed in the 19th century; a significant number of public figures began to announce their lack of religious beliefs. There is a real sense of growth as the lines increase in length, then contract again, something like waves on the sea.