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Comment 5 of 14, added on June 30th, 2009 at 12:25 PM.
Samuel - not to say that great poetry cannot be produced using faint
iambics or that great poets didn't pour over their forms as they grew more
and more adept - but this is certainly a satire on the small town
poet who reckons that his tick, tick, ticks are of little importance. He
even calls his iambics "little" in that sense at the last, when he is
shaking his head with amazement at Homer and Whitman's greatness. No doubt
the narrator of this poem (not necessarily Masters at all) would have been
right up there with Ding and Dong of E.E. Cumming's "Pretty How Town".
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