What does the poet signify by “death’s still hands”?
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Through the line, “death’s still hands”, the poet tries to signify that all the six persons met their death not because of the cold outside but for the coldness within their hearts. None of them agreed to give their piece of wood and died clutching it in their “still hands.”
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