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Poem "A Voice," By Pat Mora
How do you interpret the speaker's statement that her mother's breath "moves through the family like the wind moves through the trees

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  1. Did you read this assignment? "How do you interpret..."

    Please let us know how YOU INTERPRET this, and then someone will be able to comment on your thinking.

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  2. Woops sorry and thanks lol

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  3. http://southwestcrossroads.org/record.php?num=697

    If you think you are having problems understanding this poem, try reading it again by sentences, not by lines. It'll make much better sense that way.

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  4. For this question,i think her mother's words inspire her daughter.That's my explaination£¬hope it will help u.

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