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Linda Pastan’s Poem, “To a Daughter Leaving Home”


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Words: 1012 (5 pages)

Linda Pastan’s poem, “To a Daughter Leaving Home”, conveys the feelings of a mother teaching her child how to ride a bike. “To a Daughter Leaving Home” is a dramatic monologue where the narrator reflects upon a fond memory of her child’s youth when she realizes that her daughter will inevitably leave her alone. A…

Poem “Do Not Go Gently into that Good Night” Dylan Thomas


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Words: 776 (4 pages)

In his poem “Do Not Go Gently into that Good Night” Dylan Thomas mainly portrays his view through imagery, choice of words, and the constant use of metaphors. The poem uses only two rhyme sounds while repeating the first and third line end words throughout the third line of each stanza and using both words…

Worn Path by Eudora Welty

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Words: 1160 (5 pages)

 “Comparison/Contrast”      “A Worn Path”, written by Eudora Welty, which won the O. Henry Prize that very year as it was first published, is a short fiction story that has withstood the criticism and became a classic work of realistic South. The story that describes an old woman, Phoenix Jackson, who makes her trip through…

To Understand the Beauty of Poetry

mother to son

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Words: 1235 (5 pages)

To understand the beauty of poetry one needs to dig deep into what each poet has created. Some poems have withstood the test of time and have made an impact, hence the reason why poems are still being taught and analyzed today. Poetry knows no genre or boundaries, but the most exquisite thing about it…

My First Poem is “Phenomenal Women”, by Mya Angelou.

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Words: 842 (4 pages)

The reason why I chose these two poems is because it’s Black History Month, known as “African American History Month”. It’s to pay tribute to generations before us who scuffled with adversity; even recognize heritage, achievements and culture. I honestly believe that every woman can relate to this poem. Throughout, each stanza you tell that…

The Behaviors of the Speaker and Librarian

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Words: 538 (3 pages)

At first glance, Mark Strand’s poem is nothing less than bizarre. The behaviors of the speaker and librarian seem unusual and unclear. Strand has the two characters behave the ways they do in order to contrast their differing perspectives on literacy. The speaker is in a library reading a poem when he suddenly starts exhibiting…

Poem Comparison – Telephone Conversation

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Words: 1418 (6 pages)

The context of this poem is of a black man from Africa trying to find accommodation, it is based on his experiences as a student in the 1960’s. The poem is written from the perspective as a phone discussion between him and a landlady. The main problem in this poem is that there is a…

Poetry Presents Many Opportunities for Creative Activities

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Words: 798 (4 pages)

As part of my English, I chose to focus my lesson using a poem because I felt poetry can spark a child’s imagination and their creativity within a short time. Another reason for poetry, I felt it does not have to be read in a particular order and it can be visited again and again for…

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