Kitchenette Building Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
The obstacles of daily life are in direct opposition to dreams in this poem, and frankly, they seem a lot more powerful. In this poem, if dreams are the mom-and-pop diner (tasty as it may be), then...
This poem dedicates a huge amount of energy to the idea of dreams—especially whether they'd be able to survive in such a rat hole of a living situation. So Brooks spends time trying to describe w...
Fewer things in life are more difficult than raising a child—just ask your parents. Of course, even more difficult is raising a whole bunch of them on little money and in cramped quarters. So int...
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