Wednesday, October 31, 2012

3 Sentences

This Is Just to Say by William Carlos Williams- This is an apology written by the speaker. The form of the poem implies that the speaker probably is uncomfortable apologizing and isn't quite sure what exactly to say or how to say.

L(a by E. E. Cummings- It's particularly important to notice the form of this poem, which is supposed to allow the reader to visualize a leaf actually falling from a tree piece by piece.

In a Station of the Metro by Ezra Pound- This poem sets up a scene in the Metro, where people are constantly on the move and life goes on at the busy pace.

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