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Unformatted text preview: 05.05 Analyzing 20th Century Poetry By Maya Fleury "FOG" BY CARL SANDBURG The fog comes In the poem of “Fog” the author says “The fog comes on little cat feet. on little cat feet.” Meaning that the fog had came It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. up out of nowhere and when they present the cat using it as an personification form is because the cat is the symbol and behind meaning of the “fog” expresses how it comes out of nowhere and then disappear when saying “On silent haunches and then moves on”. "THE RED WHEELBARROW" BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens. In the poem of “The Red Wheelbarrow” the author uses imagery in the poem. The author doesn’t bring up any shapes but emphasizes the colors like “a red wheelbarrow” and “beside the white chickens” and this tells readers how the red wheelbarrow was an important object to the farm in particular. Both the poems “Fog” and “The Red Wheelbarrow” both gives descriptions of what the poem exactly takes places at by giving imagery and details. Both of the poems have a meaning of literary elements showing readers why it is important to them and why the poem in particular is important. ...
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