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How would I write this poem using the language of today?

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    Along with Youth A porcupine skin, Stiff with bad tanning, It must have ended somewhere. Stuffed horned owl Pompous Yellow eyed; Chuck‐wills‐widow on a biassed twig Sooted with dust. Piles of old magazines, Drawers of boy's letters And the line of love They must have ended somewhere. Yesterday's Tribune is gone Along with youth And the canoe that went to pieces on the beach The year of the big storm When the hotel burned down At Seney, Michigan. ‐Ernest Hemingway

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    Just add LOL IDK BRB LMAO and um... G2G in it.

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    Cuss words might work, too.

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    DOPE OMG SWAG YOLO SWAG

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    Ok for the very two first lines it is very simple to figure out its saying here. "Along with Youth A porcupine skin" This means that along with being a young person comes problems and ups and downs hence the phrase 'porcupine skin.' This terms alludes to a rough time or a curve ball in one's life. Because as we know porcupines have rough skin and sharp quills that can wingspan the skin and hurt very badly. So it can also be saying that youths have rough or hard times.

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    that should say "PR!CK" not wingspan sorry idk why that word was filtered xD

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    Pr!ck the skin*

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