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This poem is a good example of how to say it without, y'know, SAYING it.
The poem can be read linearly, as you would a short story collection, or in
the context of the Title, looking for the significance in each piece; or,
it can be read for the interrelationships between each poem. Now the
fragmented effect of six basically separate poems is to attempt to open the
consciousness of the reader up to new ways of seeing things, so this is a
poem that rewards reflection, to say the least!
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