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Blessing the Boats - From the book of light (1993), "the yeti poet returns to his village to tell his story" Summary & Analysis

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From the book of light (1993), "the yeti poet returns to his village to tell his story" Summary

This poem speaks from the point of view of a yeti, an abominable snowman. He has left his homeland to enter a world full of people who live in a "shrunken" world and have no hair on their bodies that he can see. He cannot understand how they sleep closed in "pouches" and he detests the thin breasts of the women, calling them paps. He does not want his picture taken by a "sprit-catching box" nor does he want to be hurt by a long stick that makes a big boom. He returns to his homeland, where everyone understands everything about themselves.

From the book of light (1993), "the yeti poet returns to his village to tell his story" Analysis

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