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i was wondering if anyone could expand on the part of the poem where it says “soliders sigh” (“hapless soliders sigh”) as i understand the sibilance reflects the mimicking the breath of a sigh but is there any context i could add to that? i need to link it to power but not sure how to link this specific quote to it and it fits nicely in my paragraph to use this one
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https://genius.com/1970106

It has all the annotations you need and some of them are really in detail, so they're really useful. You can find them for every poem you need in Power and Conflict.
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(Original post by cloudy1012)
https://genius.com/1970106

It has all the annotations you need and some of them are really in detail, so they're really useful. You can find them for every poem you need in Power and Conflict.
thank you! really helpful
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