Paraphrasing anyone lived in how town
E. E. Cummings conveys his message about the ordinariness of daily life, the passing of time, and the inclusive anonymity of people we encounter in our lives. The poem describes the daily lives of anonymous people living in an anonymous town who do nothing notable; The poem addresses all the seasons of life that the townspeople experience as the seasons, “spring summer autumn winter” pass in the same manner year after year. Anyone lived in a Pretty how Town speaks of the town’s naïve young children who did not understand the complexities or significance of individual moments in their lives. Cummings also describes children guessing the point of life and their place in the world “as up they grew.” although in a different stage of life than the children but have not yet accomplished anything particularly noteworthy. This is evidenced by Cummings’ description of the adults as still “little and small,” since he suggests that while they appear to be grown up they still have a long way to go. The everyday actions of the townspeople are monotonous and do not advance them or the town since they only “sowed their isn’t they reaped their same” until they die.
A man lived in a normal town
As society progressed, the people let their dreams go
Time went on and this continued
But this man held on to his dreams even though everyone told him not to.
The people in the town
Didn’t care about anything or anyone
They told themselves they couldn’t achieve their dreams and so they kept on living for no reason Time went on.
(But only some of them lost the hope when they grew up as time passed) Believed that love could really happen and that a certain woman could really love the man because they were different from everyone else
The man lived by questioning and the woman lived in the present; he paid attention to the big picture but she paid attention to detail She felt his pain and his happiness
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