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Pride Poem

In my textbook the following poem (The song of factory workers) was listed under "pride" section.

Is there anyway you can go back into the poem and add comments throughout or at least summarize how you could come to the conclusion that this poem is about "pride?"

"The Song of Factory Worker"

Red brick building
With many windows,
You are like a vampire,
For wherever I go
You know I'm coming back to you.
Youhave held many under your spell,
Many who have sewed their life away
Within your walls.
You say to me,
"oh, you may leave
But you will comeback.
You will miss
The whir, whir of the machinery,
The click of the tacker,
The happy laughter of the girls,
Telling jokes.
you will miss the songs
They sing,
And the tired-eyed ones,
Watching the clock.
The pieceworkers,
Sewing fast,
So fast till it make you dizzy
To watch.
(they haven't time to look up.)
And under the sky light,
The red-haired girl,
When the sun sets her head aflame.
You will miss the noise and the bustle and the hurry,
And you will come back,
You will see."
All this and more
You say tome,
Red brick building
With many windows.

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"The Song of Factory Worker"

Red brick building
With many windows,
You are like a vampire,
For wherever I go
You know I'm coming back to you.
You have held many under your spell,
Many who have sewed their life away
Within your walls.
You say to me,
"oh, you may leave
But you will comeback.
You will miss
The whir, whir of the machinery,
The click of the tacker,

The happy laughter of the girls, - Here, you can start seeing the pride coming in because the girls' laughter is "happy," it isn't just the happening. The author wants to casually convey that this is a good place to work.

Telling jokes. - This again emphasizes a ...

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