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Analysis and comments on Summer Nights by Deborah Ager

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Comment 2 of 32, added on January 22nd, 2005 at 12:18 AM.

I really enjoyed this style of writing!Your style seems 2 speak of personal
encounters,and I like that!!!

Desiree' Jamison from United States
Comment 1 of 32, added on January 3rd, 2005 at 9:13 AM.

The poem Summer Nights is difficult to read. The story is disjointed and
seems to be filled with contradictions. I counted at least half a dozen.
example:(" ... whom I didnt love" - " my love is at home.") ( We Walk the
streets...My Love is at home??? ) ok ..is she with a mysterious lover? or
is he, the tall man, in two places at the same time???etc.. Lake Quiets,
tired of my lies.???what does that mean?? what are her lies? and why would
her life style or choices affect the lake??? I do not personally like the
clipped editing for the sake of rhythm. Not sure what the point of the poem
is .. not focused or clear..definitely not one of her stronger pieces...

Steve from United States

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Poet: Deborah Ager
Poem: Summer Nights
Added: May 29 2004
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