Out Out Paraphrase
There was the sound of a saw in the yard
There was saw dust and sticks of wood came out of the saw
I could smell the wood when there was a breeze
If I looked up I could see the mountains in the distance
Under the Vermont su
Genre Studies: Poetry 294
Dr. Amy Hermanson
A great predator, lurking in the shadows with its eyes shining like two small fires
searching for the next victim to engulf in its flames. The ferocity of the
The Tyger by William Blake is a beautiful poem that is set in contrast to a poem called
The Lamb. It is a poem about a tiger (tyger), and the tone is based on the intensity of a tiger. It
paints a picture of a tiger in its natural habitat and the fear it
October 7, 2014
1. A play and the actors are being compared to people living a real life. they both must end,
there are certain parts that influence the whole play/life
2. The warm weather of spring that melts away winters co
Tyger Tyger, burning bright,
In the forests of the night;
What immortal hand or eye,
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
Feeling- fear, questioning
In what distant deeps or skies.
Still I Rise
By Maya Angelou
You may write me down in history
With your bitter, twisted lies,
You may trod me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I'll rise.
Does my sassiness upset you?
Why are you beset with gloom?
'Cause I walk like I've go
You can find me in the middle of isolation
where the breezes are cool
and I have no concentration.
Anywhere I can feel the water ripple
Calm but anxious within,
where everything is so simple.
I'm like a duck in the water
The sun pokes ar
Sinking in deeper and deeper. I find myself stuck. Wanting to remove myself from this
chasm. I have every desire to get out. Energy diminishing. Cravings escalating.
Motivation plunging. I cannot bring myself to do the simplest tasks when I am
Journal for Poetry (Imagery)
As with many poems by Frost, the imagery is obvious and prevalent throughout the entire
piece. Frost mentions many different phrases that give readers and insight as to what exactly this
winter evening looks like.
Journal for Poetry (tone)
In Frosts Stopping by a Woods on a Snowy Evening, the tone seems to suggest many things about how the poem could be read and deciphered. Frost, being the
writer, is not necessarily the speaker of the poem. However, f
September 11, 2014
Throughout many of his poems, Robert Frost uses nature and its facets to explain his points and themes. In a previous paper, I examined what Frost was trying to
depict in his poem Stopping by a Woo
September 23, 2014
Advanced Genre Studies: Poetry
September 16, 2014
1) I think I know who owns this forest
2) However, he lives in town
3) He wont know Im in his forest
4) Watching is as it snows heavily
5) My horse is probably confused
6) Because were stoppin
Genre Studies: Poetry, Exam I Preparation
Very familiar Poems:
Robert Frost, Out, Out (p.12)
Tells a story about the boy who got his arm chopped off, but then died
Gave a great picture of the scene, the work, let us think about the background.
Why is th