Objects & Places from Sing To It

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This is a literary device that one lover tells another not to use.

Dead Winter Lamb's Coat

This is something taken from a dead animal and placed upon another animal to help it live.


These are toys that are exhibited in a tornado format in an art piece.

Tape Cassette

This has the last phone message from Lauryn before she commits suicide.

Green Apples

These are brought by Mrs. Greed to the narrator’s husband. When the narrator eats ones and throws away the core, the core keeps reappearing.


These symbolize the desire to take control of a relationship. The narrator in “Fort Bedd” wants to plant these and have them take root.


This symbolizes the image of the bear the narrator sees in her backyard. It is an unusual astronomical manifestation.


This symbolizes a temporary safe place for the narrator. She is...

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