Jump by Elizabeth Nannestad
3 March 2002


Aah... Modern Poetry. While trying to analyse this one I discovered that it had no similes, one metaphor, one example of personification, no alliteration, no assonance, no rhyme and no rhythm. It's a simple poem, without any hidden meaning or Earth-shatteringly insightful passages. I don't dislike it. But it's not wonderful either. It's Modern.  

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