Saturday, November 12, 2005

The Hunchback In The Park Comments

Rating: 3.4
The hunchback in the park
A solitary mister
Propped between trees and water
From the opening of the garden lock


Dylan Thomas
what? ? Is this a peom 27 January 2021
I don't know why he did't use vocabulary - this makes no sense
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not your average joe 27 April 2020
i dont understand a single thing said in this poem i just have to read it for school
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Save the plastic? ? ? 03 December 2019
Poem is very detailed and contains good vocabulary. A great poem for kids.
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Miss applebumet 03 December 2019
I love this poem, its really nice, but kinda hard to understand but great use of vocabulary! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Park primary school 21 October 2019
Great for kids and cool
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michael walker. 11 August 2019
A partly sympathetic portrait of a lonely, poor hunchback in the park, the of schoolboys' jokes. He is like a dog in a kennel-homeless. I see a man similar to the hunchback near my home, wandering around homeless. He wears old clothes and never imposes on you.
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Ginger Monka 02 August 2018
I've just revisited this poem after 45 years. At that time the Slept at night in a dog kennel but nobody chained him up resonated. My English teacher explained to me that this wasn't awesome, or whatever word we were using at the time; it was very sad. Get a good bit more about the sadness now and still love the poem and the dog kennel couplet.
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This poem is very detailed. It is very unusual which makes it exciting to read. Obviously this is a sad poem at the same time.
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E.subina 22 December 2017
I like it
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Brian Jani 26 April 2014
Awesome I like this poem, check mine out
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Denis Prosser 30 December 2013
Where Dylan lived as a boy in Swansea UK near to his house was Cwmdonkin Park where a hunchback visited from time to time. I particularly like verse six - the hunchback invoking the lady with the perfect figure, unlike his own.
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Jerry Hughes 27 May 2006
What can anyone say? There was only one Shakespeare, and only one Dylan Thomas. Shakespeare wrote the words, Thomas made them sing....
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