need to know if this poem can be broken down into sentences, and the meaning of each one, how can it be parapharsed,and restated in a prose form, and last in what why is it different from a prose parapharsed.
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Sure, you can break it down into a prose version. I'll give a general sense here - "we are all made of such terrible sins. we are plagued by the desire to do bad, bad things. if indeed we don't give in to terrible sins like rape, it's because we are scared. in the end, though, the most grievous of our natural vices in ennui, which ruins us. Don't you agree, reader?" I would spend a bit of time using that framework to be specific about each stanza, but it's not entirely subtle.