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Reliability, Validity , Test Types
Transcript of Reliability, Validity , Test Types
By: Raymond Chen
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"Lady Freedom Among Us"
don't lower your eyes
or stare straight ahead to where
you think you ought to be going
don't mutter oh no
not another one
get a job fly a kite
go bury a bone
with her oldfashioned sandals
with her leaden skirts
with her stained cheeks and whiskers and heaped up trinkets
she has risen among us in blunt reproach
she has fitted her hair under a hand-me-down cap
and spruced it up with feathers and stars
slung over her shoulder she bears
the rainbowed layers of charity and murmurs
all of you even the least of you
Poem is about a statue of the goddess Liberty on top of the Capitol Building in Washington
Poem was read during the return of the Statue of Freedom to the dome of the capitol on October 23, 1993
Statue of Freedom was designed by Thomas Crawford and is a bronze statue atop the U.S Capitol dome in Washinton D.C.
don't cross to the other side of the square
don't think another item to fit on a tourist's agenda
consider her drenched gaze her shining brow
she who has brought mercy back into the streets
and will not retire politely to the potter's field
having assumed the thick skin of this town
its gritted exhaust its sunscorch and blear
she rests in her weathered plumage
don't think you can forget her
don't even try
she's not going to budge
no choice but to grant her space
crown her with sky
for she is one of the many
and she is each of us
People often become jaded with their everyday routines that they begin to take their liberties for granted.
stare straight ahead
think you ought
her stained cheeks
heaped up trinket
up with feath
der her drench
gaze her shin
to the streets
will not ret
the thick skin
ven think you
she's not go
grant her space
1. Leaden - dull, heavy or slow
2. Trinkets - small ornaments or items of jewelry that are of little value
3. Blunt - straight forward
4. Reproach - the expression of disapproval or disappointment
5. Potters Field - a burial place
6. Gritted - clenched
7. Blear - make dim; blur
8. Plumage - a birds feathers collectively
9. Resolute - admirably purposeful
Meter Paraphrase Explication
- Free Verse
- No punctuation/capitalization
- Intended spacing within lines in order for the readers to pause and contemplate on what the speaker is trying to convey
- Italicized words are intended to evoke contemplation within the audience