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After reading the lecture and the explanations offered on the importance of a wheelbarrow in the country I was amazed to imagine a tool being so important to someones livelihood The uses were extraordinary and numerous I would have never realized the difference between a country wheelbarrow and a city wheelbarrow In the poem Red Wheelbarrow the author has said a lot in a small amount of wording Again after reading the lecture I could understand why the wheelbarrow meant so much to the author The wheelbarrow was a sign of continued life a lifecycle that continues with daily chores like feeding the chickens preparing meals and tending to the field And each day begins anew similar to the way a passing rain cleanses the wheelbarrow and prepares its basin for a new day of routine chores I feel that the author was paralyzed by his inability to help the little girl with her tuberculosis and when he looked out the window at the red wheelbarrow he was faced with the permanence of an inanimate object and the chores of life it represented The daily chores will go on and the work of the red wheelbarrow will continue in spite of the childs death A lifecycle depending on the red wheelbarrow will have to continue When I first read the poem I thought that it was a sad poem with so much feeling The author relied a great deal on his wheelbarrow to help him through life and this was one time that the wheelbarrow could only remind him of tomorrow
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