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Response #12 Tan Huy Hoang Nguyen Professor Pam O’Klock-Stein English 1B 21 January 2006 “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop What can I say? It’s all so true. Love hurts us so much at times that it drives many of us away from it. It drives us into fear, forcing us to shelter away from any such feelings. Really, it’s pretty sad how things like that revolve around our lives. Gladly, there are people who reach a point at their lives where they realize you can’t be hidden away forever. To bottle up feelings inside will slowly deteriorate a person. The pain will eat a person alive, even if it doesn’t seem to be. Surely, the poem is a hate poem. A poem
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Unformatted text preview: in which the expressions are confusing, because they are perplexing in in themselves. Elizabeth reveals her strength against pain, yet some may find it to be a weakness. For those who do not come to that point of realization, it is quite sad how many of them end up. Many lonesome, some even end up dying. How come mankind is so cruel? Isn’t it possible that we could all get along with each other? These questions, like many, are too difficult to find a definite answer....
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