What is called DEJA VU (By Suzanne Buffam)
In the poem Deja Vu Suzanne Buffam uses sensory details to express the feeling
of deja vu. The rain drops are like memories. One day they come out of the sky
and make everything wet.
They then, “ glisten, briefly, then vanish,“ disappear like our memories. One day a
memory comes to our mind and the next moment it just disappears.
The rain reminds her of, “Your fingers tap along my spine,” which makes her
shiver. A big wind, “A slant wind,” hits her so she can not ignore the wind or the
memory. A memory that she has to look at. Memories come out suddenly and
cannot be stopped e