Harlem

I liked the poem and all the similes, and I loved the idea. The poem was talking about the dreams of African Americans in the early 1950s. I didn’t live then but I still agree with the author on the thoughts of dreams deffered. He talks about many similes in his poem, the first one is about a rasin wrinkling in the sun. I think this is talking about ideas getting old, and no longer useful because they wern’t used. I think the other similes are the same, talking about a way an unused idea can change. I also think that we can use this today, we need to do something about our dreems.

One comment on “Harlem

  1. It’s cool to break down the meanings of the similes. The first time I read it through I was a little confused. But it makes more sense after a couple of reads.

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