Relating to anaphoresis (1).
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By erasing the translation, the poem reiterates the attempt at self-erasure it contains: "my name is not Francisco," to be followed closely by a triple anaphoretic negative in the ninth stanza, the iambic "my feet" trampling over another negation, "recognize/no border," the poem's only dactilic verses along with "wanderer's," the dactilic expressing stylistically the difficulty of wandering as of passing over a border.