In the poem “The Kraken” Lord Tennyson describes how the kraken’s life
depends on the upper deep in the abysmal sea. Lord Tennyson describes about a Kraken
which a. Also, the author describes of how the monster spends his life in the upper deep.
Furthermore, the creature has an ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep. In addition, the
creature lives in a big wondrous grot and secret cell buried within the ground. Down
where the sun lights flee the kraken is battening up huge sea-worms in his sleep. Its huge
sponges of width and height would blend in with the shadowy light. The enormous green
giant’s giant arms would lie on the ocean bed and would have its ageless rest.
The poem is based on Lord Tennyson describing of a huge sea monster that is
called “The Kraken.” The kraken is a legendary sea monster is causing large whirlpools
off the coast of Norway. The kraken has its ancient, dreamless, and uninvaded sleep. The
monster is an enormous green sea monster that sleeps in the upper deep of the abysmal
sea. The monster sleeps for timeless ages and does not wake up. It catches and eats huge
sea worms while it is still asleep. The monster lives in a wondrous grot and a secret cell.
The creature lives so far beneath the ground level that the sun's rays flee away into the
The structure of the poem "The Kraken' would be that the poem is very tricky and
vague because it does not have much information and it is not said clearly. Also, the
rythm of the story would be that it does not have any rythm. Furthermore, a quote from
the story would be "His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep. This quote means that the
kraken sleeps all the time. Also, the kraken does not dream about...