With the death everything will not disappear of a person! Spirit of persons like the light of hope burning inside, like the dew dropp on leaves and mist on hills will be there forever. This will be as mysterious as the mist on the hill ever! Nice speculation over matter after death!
He's talking about the incessant dialogue between mortality and immortality, mortals and immortals, and how that's a mystery. It pays to reread before pinning down something so masterful.
The poem flows well. He sees an emptiness to death. I can understand how someone could feel that way. But death has not stopped life. Wonderful people pass through the world and really leave legacies and positive memories. John Donne 'For Whom the Bell Tolls, ' has a fuller view of death.
I suppose Poe is talking about the mystery of death. Perhaps that is the theme. But he let his characteristic dreary and morbid feelings make the mystery too much indifference and misery.
Beautiful. The imagry he evokes adds layers and dimension. It is not just a putting down of feeling like a lot of 'poets' today. It was skillfully crafted to express and depict a thread of truth that we must all come to terms with- what lays beyong the grave, what becomes of thos that pass before us.
its still good but not as good as annabel lee all he is doing is putting down his feelings like how he starts off the poem SPIRITS OF THE DEAD-
Thy soul shall find itself alone
'Mid dark thoughts of the grey tomb-stone;
Not one, o.........
its shows that he is sad and never had a happy point in his life with out love.