"not waving but drowning" a modern poem

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The metaphor the author uses is a man that has gone too far out in the ocean and appears to be waving happily to people on the beach, but in actuality he is waving hysterically because he is drowning. Smith is skeptical of all human beings and their fakeness. Smith knows that this world is a sad place, she is a modern writer...
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Smith knows that this world is a sad place, she is a modern writer. Poets of the modernist era tented to use language that way quite brief but highly imaginative to express theme. "Not waving but drowning" is only twelve lines long, but because of the language we can derive the psychology of a depressed individual...
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