Railroad Tracks

December 1, 2011
By forever_ BRONZE, Phoenix, Arizona
forever_ BRONZE, Phoenix, Arizona
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by: Reeta Bandyopdhyay

I strongly agree with Reeta Bandyopdhyay and her poem “Railroad Tracks.” The way she

uses her vocabulary in this small poem. How it explains the way a train goes by so fast.

The part it says “..alone again,” explaining a person by the railroad tracks.” Cry as trains

pass,” means waiting and missing the train to go somewhere. This poem looks petite, but

really there’s many meaning to every single word. Thank you Reeta for writing this

poem, showing readers how to express regular words with excellent vocabulary.
Tyra McThias. Phoenix, Az

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