Brief Analysis of "Homage to My Hips"
In "Homage to My Hips", Lucille Clifton creates some kind of imagery pertaining to her hips. She seems all into herself, more specifically, her hips. She makes it a point to convey that her hips are strong or powerful by the lines "they go where they want to go. /they do what they want to do. /these hips are mighty." (9-11) She gets into how her hips are big and mighty, no one can hold them back, and how they can even seduce men.
Although this poem is quite simple and short it says alot.
This poem reveals the beauty and the working of poetic language and imagery.
It captures the symbolis…
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