The son realizes here that his father did the things that he had always simply thought of as done.
He looks back and sees how much his father must have done for him without being acknowledged.
And parents sometimes feel scared that obvious signs of love and emotion will scare off a child, so they just do all they can to make the childs life run smoothly and try to fade into the background when it comes to tender moments.
In the poem Those Winter Sundays, Robert Hayden uses figurative language and other literary devices to show a fathers love for his son as well as the sons realization of that love.
" It starts out with judging those, who have sex outside of having feeling for one another.
It describes the sex in the third line as without feeling more as a techniques, which is describe "beautiful as dancers..
A sons love for his father is sometimes not acknowledged until he is an adult.
Children often become so wrapped up in their own tasks and obligations that they take for granted the simple acts of loving support given to them by their parents.
It uses one event to describe a father's whole relationship with his son.
"Those Winter Sundays" is a poem written for Robert Hayden's father.