red wheelbarrow reflection

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Brad Nagle INTD 101: Poetry “The Red Wheelbarrow” Reflection Paper “The Red Wheelbarrow” was written by William Carlos Williams in 1923. It was written in a new form of writing called imagery (new in 1923 at least). Imagery is a form of writing where writers use words to create images in the reader’s mind. This poem creates an image of the wheelbarrow that it was written about and turns the wheelbarrow into the life of every individual. Although it is a very short poem, it still creates a vivid image in my mind. “The Red Wheelbarrow” has always been a favorite poem of mine for its simplicity and its use of imagery. I first read this poem in my AP English class my senior year in high school. At first I thought it was a stupid because the writer didn’t capitalize or punctuate anything and because it did not have any sort of rhyming scheme. As we looked at the poem in more depth though, I began to like it a lot more. William Carlos Williams was a physician in Rutherford, New Jersey. I heard that at the time he wrote this
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