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William Carlos Williams - Suzanne

Brother Paul! look!
—but he rushes to a different
window.
The moon!

I heard shrieks and thought:
What's that?

That's just Suzanne
talking to the moon!
Pounding on the window
with both fists:

     Paul!     Paul!

—and talking to the moon.
Shrieking
and pounding the glass
with both fists!

Brother Paul! the moon!

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Poet: William Carlos Williams
Poem: Suzanne
Volume: The Clouds
Year: Published/Written in 1948
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