In "The Flower-Fed Buffaloes," why does the poet use "flower-fed" to describe the buffaloes? What image does this bring to mind? 3-4 lines
To me, the poet uses the phrase "flower-fed" as a way of talking about how the buffalo were part of nature. It brings to mind images of buffalo roaming wild, and also of the beauty...
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The poet uses 'flower-fed' to describe the buffaloes it is the season of spring and the prairie is full of flowers that the buffaloes feed on.