Foolish Questions by William Cole.
This poem appeals to the inner child in me because it’s asking all of the questions that I would’ve asked when I was a child. William Cole starts the poem out by asking a strange question that if you think about it, the question is the exact same thing that you would’ve asked when you were a child.
I enjoy the funny questions that William Cole asks because they make me feel like I was a child again, also that when I read this poem I felt like I was back in the times when I asked weird questions and I was ignorant about what was going on around me.
The imagery of what Cole is telling you in the poem makes you feel like you were a kid again. He’s explaining why things don’t seem right but he’s not coming right out and saying it he’s making you think about it