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Things that were common before the war would no longer be found and things that were not so common, like the automobile at the end of the poem, would now be an everyday occurrence. This change is society would mean that things would never be the same again, but people could still hold the same values that they once did...
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The first dialogue in the poem reads "Be sure to remember to always speak to everyone you meet." This is not something today's readers find to be common. If a person is to walk down a crowded street on a sunny day in today's society, that person would be lucky if one single person even acknowledged their existence...
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