Can someone help me with this poem?
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Thread Topic: Can someone help me with this poem?
The poem is:
by Edna St. Vincent Millay
The railroad track is miles away
And today loud noices are speaking
Yet there isn't a train coming
But lo! Its whistle is shrieking
All night there isn't a train passing by
The night is still for sleeping and dreaming
But I still see its cinders red on the sky
And its engine is steaming
My heart is warm with friends I make
And better friends I'll be knowing,
Yet there isn't a train I woudn't take,
No mayyer where it's going
Can someone give me an idea on what gestures should I use each line?
*No matter where it's going
Mac1014 AdvancedI believe that at night a gesture towards the sky,andd at heart put your hand on your heart,s--- like that
If tahts not what you meant,then sorry imma idiot
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