Monday, March 9, 2009

The Seems 37

1. Why is Dawn represented as a young girl? How else might Dawn be represented?

15 comments:

  1. 1. A~ Dawn is represented by a young girl because she is up every morning and rises with the sun. She is ready to go in the morning bright and early. 2. A~ Dawn could also be represented by the mourning dove or the sun. These would make Dawn more significant.

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  3. dawn is represented as a youg girl because girls are supposed to be pretty (it's not true. boys are way more hansome then girls).

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  4. dawn is supposed to be pretty.

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  5. Dawn is reperseented by a girl because a little girl grows up (the sun getting higher in the sky) and she gets BRIGHTER (smarter).

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  6. I forgot: the dawn could be repersented by a baby because he or she grows up to.

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  7. Kaci:
    Why would a dove make the dawn more significant, explain.

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  8. Ben:
    Why is the dawn need to be pretty? What if the dawn has that ere feeling.

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  9. I thinkit is represented by a young girl because it's the begaining of the day(life).

    It could also be represented as a tree because it starts out young and small.

    Kaci why did you choose a mourning dove?

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  10. Before I answer the question...Ben, it kind of freaked me out when you said boys were more handsome than girls! A little more explanation is needed from my point of view! :(

    I think Dawn is represented as a little girl because when you think of the word dawn you think of a cute little toddler walking around in a purple jumper. (At least that's what I think.)

    I think Dawn might also be presented as a hummingbird. A hummingbird just seems to fit the characteristics that I think of when I think of dawn.

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  11. Sierra...describe your characteristics that fit with Dawn and a hummingbird. It is a lovely idea.

    What would the opposite of Dawn look like (anyone)?

    The dove questions have caught my attention. I am wondering....

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  12. A dove is always right outside my kitchen window when I wake up and go to the kitchn so everytime I hear the word dawn, I think of doves.

    I think the opposite of dawn would look like a puppy sleeping because the opposite of daen is like night time and every night my pupppies sleep and curl into a cute little ball.

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  13. i agree with Ben because:
    1. dawn is represented as a youg girl because girls are supposed to be pretty
    and 2.(it's not true. boys are way more hansome then girls)

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  14. Dawn creeps slowly to the place where we live in this large world to wake us from our slumber. Little girls wake their "mommy" because the have a problem. That is how I made the connection. The purple jumper idea just came to me because when I think of purple I think of spring and when spring comes up I tie it with dawn. Another way dawn could be displayed is by a young fawn in a meadow. I got this idea mainly because the two words rhyme. But when I think about it a fawn also fits my decription of dawn.

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  15. Ben, on a percentage chart of awesomeness, boys are 49% and girls are 51%. So they outnumber us by 2%, scientifically.(Well, that's what I believe.)
    Anyway, dawn is represented by a young girl because what do you think of when people say "Dawn" is just arund the corner. I think of some nice girl just skipping around, making the day brighter, literally.
    It could also be represented by a lion because to me the dawn has a 'ROARING" appearance.

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