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Analysis and comments on To the Pay Toilet by Marge Piercy

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Comment 2 of 57, added on November 2nd, 2011 at 5:25 PM.
To the Pay Toilet

This poem is creative and I really love it. I love that Piercy writes in
free verse and how she writes about an event that everyone goes through.

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Comment 1 of 57, added on October 10th, 2005 at 11:24 AM.

this poem, I felt, lacked just about everything it needs to be called a
poem. If the line breaks were removed, my best way to test a poem, it has
nothing that would make sound, feel, act like a poem. not to mention it
uses workds that make no sence in this situation. Look the word strop up
and the meaning makes no sence in the context. gulls have nothing to
control wheter they go or not, in fact they cannot stop themselves and
don't squauk over not being able to go. There are no rhymes, no meter, no
artistic use of words, no metephore, no illiterisms. the only reason one
might mistake this as a poem are the line breaks. and if they are removed
this would be just what this it. a complaint made by a woman with poor use
of the english language.

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Poet: Marge Piercy
Poem: To the Pay Toilet
Added: Apr 12 2005
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