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Since I have nothing worthwhile to say I’m just going to read some poems and quotes and tell you the true meaning of them. Enjoy

“A buen entendedor pocas palabras bastan”

An insinuation is enough for an intelligent person or a good listener to understand what is meant. This is used when one wants to direct someone’s attention to something without mentioning it explicitly, usually in the presence of others whom one does not wish to “let on”.

The Red Wheelbarrow -William Carlos Williams

so much depends
upon

a red wheel
barrow

glazed with rain
water

beside the white
chickens

Nowhere does Williams tell us why “so much depends upon” his little scene; he leaves us to ask, and answer, that question.
He most likely had scribbled this poem on a piece of paper as he was, a full time family doctor. “The Red Wheelbarrow,” like so many Williams poems, is experimental. It lacks punctuation, relies on erratic or unusual lineation, and generally dissolves the traditional boundaries between one thing, or idea, and another. Despite of that, it is a great poem that will always leave you wondering about that damn wheelbarrow.

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