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The first thing that comes to mind upon reading this poem is a sense of calmness and relaxation Described well is an attempt at reminiscing at ones past and how it may have affected life at present It is a poem of truth and the joy that comes with the realization of ones self the inner being In the poem is a character who has injured himself during work and has taken a recess to tend to the wound During this time the character is able to find it within himself to discover a truth within that reveals more to him of his life than his life itself could do having seen its entirety It gives evidence of having lived two separate lives one on top of the other but neither owning the upper hand at any time It is a poem of change and how things never change as they are expected to do nor do they change before our eyes as we would believe but instead change us in a way that makes us blind to ourselves As the fingers of the factory owners son That knew a grip for books and tennis here is described the mans childhood and here As well as one for iron and leather- is described his adulthood with responsibilities and duties to perform The style of Hart Crane is nearly unmatched Here he uses a free verse structure written as a Blackwood Article in a story that depicts an event which is the theme and the subject of the poem He uses little rhyme with any structure but the words flow from frame to frame as though a rhyme scheme had been used quite frivolously There is also a great deal of imagery A good amount of emphasis is placed upon the hands the lifeblood of our interaction with the world and as the hands are described against the sunlight we can nearly see a picture
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