2- Chink Paragraph on The swimming Lesson By: Mary Oliver

In the poem "The Swimming Lesson," By: Mary oliver is about
how a person feels in the pool while taking a swim lesson. In the beginning
part of the poem, there is something mentioned about feeling the icy kick
and that gives an example of how perspective the person in the pool is.
The person in the pool is very perspective. The person in the pool has a 
sense of his or her surroundings. In the second stanza it is mentioned that
someone threw the person into the pool. This means the person did not want
to take the swim lesson. This also means the person does not like being in the water.
This poem is mainly about how a kid hates water and does not want to learn 
to swim because he thinks he will drown.
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