Where I Come From-Poem

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"People are made of places."
The writer suggests that you have an identity no matter where you are. It also suggests that your identity is made up of the past and your experiences.
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"Nature tidily plotted in little squares"
Brewster is talking about the confinement of nature when it is supposed to be free but how can in when it is restricted to one area. Nature is being tamed in the city because of the fear of nature being the one to prevail.
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"glue factories"
The glue holds everything together maybe Brewster is trying to suggest that the glue is holding your own identity together, however glue is industrially produced so it could imply that glue is the thing holding your identity together it is manmade.
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"hens and chicken circle about clucking aimlessly"
Shows that nature has nowhere to go and that it is lost "but still not confined compared to the city where things are rigid and planned out."circle" suggest that maybe nature and humans are in this continuous cycle trying to beat one another
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"behind which violets grow"
Indicating that underneath what you may think of nature the beauty is still there and alive but the city is too busy to notice the true bueaty of nature and would rather restrict it in order to make life easier for them.
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Card 2

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Brewster is talking about the confinement of nature when it is supposed to be free but how can in when it is restricted to one area. Nature is being tamed in the city because of the fear of nature being the one to prevail.

Back

"Nature tidily plotted in little squares"

Card 3

Front

The glue holds everything together maybe Brewster is trying to suggest that the glue is holding your own identity together, however glue is industrially produced so it could imply that glue is the thing holding your identity together it is manmade.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Shows that nature has nowhere to go and that it is lost "but still not confined compared to the city where things are rigid and planned out."circle" suggest that maybe nature and humans are in this continuous cycle trying to beat one another

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Indicating that underneath what you may think of nature the beauty is still there and alive but the city is too busy to notice the true bueaty of nature and would rather restrict it in order to make life easier for them.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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