What Have You Lost? - Section 7: pages 70-71 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: pages 70-71 Summary

In "Other Lives" by Vern Rutsala, the single face looking up can be seen from train windows and in small towns. Their lives are so brief that the reader feels immortal and feeds on a hope that people somewhere are as they were.

In Jimmy Santiago Baca's "Hitchhiker," the author sees a hitchhiker on the edge of town, and the headlights flash against his outline of loneliness and sad wisdom; he is a pupil who stayed late after school to write loneliness and love on the chalkboard with his heart.

"The Family Car" by Tom Absher was always big when the author was a child. Father drove, Mother watched the road, and their two sons pressed their faces against the windows in the backseat, watching the world go by.

Donna Leed's untitled poem talks of how she never saw the road between her...

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