After Apple Picking
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In the poem "After Apple Picking" I use apple picking as a metaphor for life.
Talking literally, the poem is about picking apples and harvesting food before Winter.
Metaphorically, I'm talking about my life and all of the work/responsibilities included in it.
The barrels that he didn't fill represent the things that he didn't get to do/accomplish in his life.
Towards the end of the poem I begin to talk about sleep. I'm wondering if I will get a break from all of my responsibilities so that I can do what I want to.
My harvest became a metaphor for all of the things that I want and need to do in my life.
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