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"Beneath all uniforms..." What uniforms do you think the poet is speaking about?
The poet has used the word ‘uniforms’ to signify the armies of several countries who are constantly at war with one another. In addition, the word ‘uniform’ could also refer to the wide variety of dresses worn by people across the globe.
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