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"Dream Deferred" by Langston Hughes and "Hurt Hawks" by Robinson Jeffers
"Dream Deferred" by Langston Hughes and "Hurt Hawks" by Robinson Jeffers are two very different poems. However, like most poems, when you take a deeper look inside them, you can easily tell that they are similar too. Poems can be interpreted into countless numbers of different ways. A poem can mean anything one can imagine it to mean - there is no right or wrong answer. You, the reader, make the poem come alive.
"Hurt Hawks" is about an injured hawk with no strength left in his body and in so much pain. In the poem it says, "pain is worse to the strong..." meaning that because the strong…
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