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The poem "homage to my hips" is written from a woman's first-person point of view.
The poem "homage to my hips" is written in the present tense.
To pay homage means "to give praise, reverence, or respect." The poem "homage to my hips" is written in praise of the speaker's body, specifically her hips.
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