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Poem imitation (sep 25th)

Poem imitation (sep 25th) - Nikka Ghalili Proletarian...

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Nikka Ghalili Section: N8 September 25 th Proletarian Portrait William Carlos Williams A big young bareheaded woman in an apron Her hair slicked back standing on the street One stocking foot toeing the sidewalk Her shoe in her hand. Looking intently into it She pulls out the paper insole to find the nail That has been hurting her The Migrant Worker A small skinny faced man in rags His hair hardened by mud on the site One rugged hand gripping the pole His hands in his pocket. Searching fervently inside it He pulls out the pocket lining to scrape the crumbs That have been feeding him
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Nikka Ghalili Section: N8 September 25 th This poem paints the image of an everyday scene of a working class woman, I personally could relate to this poem easily because it reminded me of China. In China, this is a scene that we all see, this is the part of working class citizens' lives which is readily exposed to us. My ability to relate to the poem's subject matter is a significant reason for why I found it quite simple to imitate it.
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