read between the lines.

This piece is literally reading the lines between the story and making a found poem about it. The poem shows all about the conflict that happens in the short story with just a few words. The story shows the protagonist having a mental argument/conflict with himself over a girl he likes and a fish he finds. The poem is more somber than anything because it contains many adjectives that are very much like the background. The conflict is shown in only in a few sentences and it should show the sides of conflict easily. I have used repetition to show my point, for example “a tug on my heart” is used several times to show the choice of either the girl or the fish. The poem has enough to show the character’s personality and the story’s plotline in a few sentences.

Click on this, to see a beautiful found poem about “The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant.” by  ———-> read between the linesScreen Shot 2016-08-22 at 9.44.27 AM

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