Milk and Honey - Part 2, “the loving”, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

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Poem 31. First person. The speaker describes the sense of wonder she experienced when encountering her pregnant mother and being told by her father that “the closest thing to god on this earth / is a woman’s body it’s where life comes from” (45). Drawing: a woman with a long dark braid holding her pregnant belly: the baby inside is visible.

Poem 32. In first person contemplation, the speaker wonders how it is possible to selflessly “pour their entire soul / blood and energy” into someone else. Title: “i will have to wait till i’m a mother” (46).

Poem 33. At the top of the page with this poem, there is a single eye with a thick, dark eyebrow. The poem, written in first person, suggests that when the speaker meets the right man it will be “love at first remembrance” because she will have...

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