Read the poem and summarize it

Cities by Hilda Doolittle Can we believe -- by an effort comfort our hearts: it is not waste all this, not placed here in disgust, street after street, each patterned alike, no grace to lighten a single house of the hundred crowded into one garden-space. The city is peopled with spirits, not ghosts, O my love: Though they crowded between and usurped the kiss of my mouth their breath was your gift, their beauty, your life.


Think about following places. Tell your partner abut them. Give details.

a) A place where you’ve been on holiday and would like to return. b) A place where you’ve been on holiday and would not like to return. c) A place where you haven’t been on holiday, but would like to.

The place where I live. Describe your hometown.