Possessions hold on to the memories from the past reflecting the emotion a individual holds on to. Keeping onto ownerships allows people to reminisce the memories from their past whether elating or heartbreaking. these ownerships hold onto the narratives we do non desire to bury. In the verse form “Mrs. Caldera’s House of Things” . Mrs. Caldera keeps clasp of so many points of her past including pencil tips. plastic hummingbirds. tineless forks. milk bottles and many more.
Mrs. Caldera loves believing about her childhood and holding all of the points helps remind her of all her childhood memories. It is obvious that all these points bring great joy and felicity to her particularly at the terminal of the verse form when Mrs. Caldera is baking cookies and the writer says. “She is humming a vocal from childhood. / Her weaponries are heavy and strong / They have held babes. a hubby. …” ( 7. 25-27 ) . In those lines. it is shown that Mrs. Caldera is happy with the life she lives and believing about her past gives her great joy. In the extract from “Memoria ex Machina” the writer feels great emotions from a silver Seiko ticker and a 1973 Datsun 1200. both points which belonged to his male parent. Thinking back on the memories from his dad’s points brings him great fright.
It is apparent that he is fearful of these points particularly the ticker when he says. ” a pleasant busyness long since obliterated by hosts of digital beeps” . In those lines. the writer says how the ticker was comforting to him with its pleasant busynesss but now it is terrorizing to see it. Both the ticker and the auto which he has such affectionate memories of. now fill him with fright and desperation as if he wishes he could take back the things he did. In both the verse form and the extract it is shown that the ownerships a individual holds on to incorporate the memories from the yesteryear. They remind people of of import memories in their life no affair how happy or dejecting they are. With ownerships. people can ever retrieve the memories they want.