Summer Rain, by John Foulcher

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January 26, 2014

 

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This gives the reader a visual image of peak hour traffic on a highway, so they can now almost see what is going on in the poem. Foulcher compares the cars to a familiar object, writing, “clutter on the highway like abacus beads”. This simile gives the reader another important visual image. That is the image of traffic grouping as it slows, and slowly ungrouping as it begins to slowly crawl along again, put simply, bumper-to-bumper traffic...
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That is the image of traffic grouping as it slows, and slowly ungrouping as it begins to slowly crawl along again, put simply, bumper-to-bumper traffic. “Cars clutter” is also an example of alliteration. The next line reads, “no one dares overtake”. It is using the strong word dares, instead of just saying no one overtakes, to highlight the danger in trying to overtake while the traffic is grouped and crowded...
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