Climbing

How does Lucille Clifton use imagery in Climbing?

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Clifton uses simple vocabulary to create ambiguous imagery that draws her readers in, and then she opens her poem up to ever-expanding boundaries of definition. In this way, Clifton's poem becomes more than a meditation of one poet; it becomes a personal reflection for everyone who reads it.

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