Where the Sidewalk Ends
Where the Sidewalk Ends Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory
There’s more to a poem than meets the eye.
This poem uses nature to show the stretches of the imagination. But this isn't nature as we know it: it's kind of a dream world. It's a place where nature takes forms that would only be possible in...
In this poem, imagery of the bleak city contrasts the brilliance of nature. Throughout the poem, the city becomes a metaphor for industrialization, and the demands of life that force us to no longe...
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