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What is the symbolism in the poem The Mother by Gwendolyn Brooks?

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I don't think there is any important symbolism in this poem - it is a straightforward contemplation of what it means to a woman to have an abortion. Gwendolyn Brooks sums up the idea of the poem in her line: 'abortions will not let you forget' You
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