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Cumulatives Analysis



Author: Poetry of Carl Sandburg Type: Poetry Views: 186

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Storms have beaten on this point of land

And ships gone to wreck hereand the passers-by remember itwith talk on the deck at nightas they near it.Fists have beaten on the face of this old prize-fighter

And his battles have held the sporting pagesand on the street they indicate him with theirright fore-finger as one who once worea championship belt.A hundred stories have been published and a thousand rumored

About why this tall dark man has divorced two beautifulyoung women

And married a third who resembles the first twoand they shake their heads and say, "There hegoes,"when he passes by in sunny weather or in rainalong the city streets.






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.: Nick :.

This is a great work of someone who who obviously has been great, but no longer is. When I read this I think of older days, and elder people, who are disabled and handicapped now that they are older.
I like the way he uses the terms prizefighter, and how they held the sports pages. It actually reminds me of myself, having been great but no longer caring; sad, but true. This is obviously also about someone who doesn't know what they actually want, hence divorcing two women but marrying nother who resembles the first two.
And I also like the one line of dialogue, saying, "There he goes," because it is a clear indication that this person was once something to marvel over, but no longer has what it takes.

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