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The poem Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town by E E Cummings tells the story of life It exemplifies the busy life that humans live and their inability to focus on the little things in life Cummings repetition and use of diction gives the poem a silly setting of a life that is abnormal but truly is reality By analzing tha authors diction within the title the reader can see the silly tone already set The quote he sang his didnt he danced his did allows the reader to not only see the silly diction used but also see how the authors words are mixed up along with the lives of the people in the poem The statemen and more by more they dream their sleep again shows how the mix up in the lives of the people in Cummings poem Cummings saying women and men cared for anyone not at all shows how the people within the poem are too busy to care for others because they are so mixed up in their mixed up lives The repetition of sun moon stars rain allows the reader to see while the people in the poem go through its crazy cylce By stating stars rain sun moon out of its regular used repetition Cummings allows the reader to see that even the weather gets to busy and forgets its order just like the people in his poem In the reference children guessed but only a few down they forget as up they grew autumn winter spring summer enables the reader to see how at first the children question tis crazy life their parents are living but as they begin to grow older they except this busy nonchalant life as theri own The tone set by the quote someones married their everyoes laughed their cryings and their dance sleep wake hope and then is serious Yet everyone bypasses this particular incident as though they do not
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