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Last Name 1 Andrea Winter Juliana Cardenas English 122 October 11, 2020 Chap 25 and 26 1. In chapter 25, an open form type of poem, “Salutation”, by Erza Pound, the organizational devices he uses is imagery and emotions. For example, He uses starts using imagery in line 2, “I have seen fishermen picnicking in the sun…”, and all the way towards the end of the poem, it shows what he wants to see when we read the poem. Then, he describes emotions and sounds like in line 6, “I have seen their smiles full of teeth and heard their smiles full of laughter”. 2. Lines 2, 6, and 10 in the poem, “Salutation”, are indented and without capital are to show how the poem should be read, I think those were pauses before you read it. 3. The point of the poem’s two last lines, “And the fish swim in the lake…and do not even own clothing”. It is a metaphor for fish being happy with their scales than humans who just own and want more of everything. 4. In chapter 26, a symbol poem, “Lipstick” by Tami Haaland, the speaker use lipstick differently from the way “those women” do as they way of saying they know exactly what they are doing, as the women are being a perfectionist in beauty. 5. The women know how to apply lipstick because they do it all time, there is a phrase that I always heard, “practice makes perfect”. The speaker sounds like he could be a male is talking about how they don’t mess up but then I looked up the author, turns out, The author is a girl, maybe she envies them on how they can put lipstick perfectly.
Winter 2 6. I feel that the lipstick is a sign that a woman must look professional and always know what they are doing even when putting on lipstick. For example, “But these women know where lips and plain skin begins” , which makes me believe that they practice and are truly wise in their own way.

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