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There are particular poems that seem to “catch peoples eye,” but while we read the poem we “drop our attention.” It is very difficult to evaluate these types of poems. Robert Hayden’s, “Those Winter Sundays,” is the complete opposite of the type of poem that was just described. The title is quite bland, and the title is one of the first parts of a selection that seem to “catch the eye.” As children, perhaps …

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…of what a good father does for his children is a very controversial issue, yet many of us can agree that Hayden had described what a good father does rather accurately. While the title at first glance seems dull, it has a hidden meaning in the poem that somehow makes the title more interesting than a title thought up by Dr. Suess. To many of us, “Those Winter Sundays,” is a “real man’s bible.”