Monday, October 29, 2012

Tuesday's Poem's Topics

This Is Just to Say - William Carlos Williams
This is a simple poem simply stating what the speaker has done, getting straight to the point just as the speaker went straight to eating the plums from the icebox.

In a Station of a Metro - Ezra Pound
The faces of people in the metro easily appear (or come) and fall away (or go) just as petals on wet branches.

l)a - e.e. cummings
This poem describes loneliness as a single leaf falling to the ground, using the form as a visual representation of what is happening.

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