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Hello Day Worldwide Analysis
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Hello Day- Worldwide
The poem has been written by someone who has visited a place where people are not as friendly as they are at her home village. She feels that the people in this town who don't speak to their neighbours are rude and she introduces the idea of a "hello day" because they need something to encourage them to make friends and be involved with the community.
In the first stanza the author describes the town that has inspired her to write the poem. She refers to the place as "where Good Morning is offensive". This portrays people's attitudes towards each other. People seem to be too preoccupied with their own lives to make time for other people. The word "offensive" could have been used to show that people in the town are short tempered. The author then says "Maybe they need a hello day, a gesture, a token of what could have been." She feels that if people had a day set aside in which they take the time to talk to each other, they would see how much better the world could be. The author wants people to change the way they relate
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