Literature

what is one positive message in the poem "Poetry" by Marianne Moore..
in the begginning of the poem the she says that she "dislikes it", and that there is more importants things. but later she admits that she is interested in poetry.

so what would be the message?

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  1. Read the first verse again... starting with the word "however".... That will give you the reason for "poetry".

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