Locomotion - Pages 82-102 Summary & Analysis

Woodson, Jacqueline
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The next poem is titled “Rodney.” When Rodney arrives, he calls Lonnie his “little brother” and remarks on how much Lonnie has grown. They eat an elaborate meal that Miss Edna has prepared. Lonnie latches onto the term “brother,” and begins to think of Rodney as his “big brother.” Lonnie notices how wide Rodney's shoulders are and wish his would grow to those proportions. As the poem ends, Lonnie again returns to the term “brother.” Lonnie says it feels as if Rodney belongs here, and that he and Miss Edna are both happy with Rodney's presence.

The next poem is titled “Epitaph Poem.” Lonnie writes that his mother, Liliana C. Motion was born in October and died in December, and that he remembers many other things about her. The next poem is “Firefly” and Lonnie describes seeing a firefly in the park. He...

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