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Spring and All

Spring and All


by William Carlos Williams

Analysis: Tough-O-Meter

(3) Base Camp

This poem is pretty direct and straightforward, and Williams wants it that way. He throws you a few curveballs – sometimes it’s a little hard to tell who or what he’s referring to. For the most part though, this should be an easy climb.

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