k’s readings, has your ability to read poems expanded? Are you seeing the imagery and elements the poets use? Are you finding language that moves you?…

Reflecting on this week’s readings, has your ability to read poems expanded? Are you seeing the imagery and elements the poets use? Are you finding language that moves you? Do you find yourself re-reading phrases, lines or whole poems over again? Use examples and quotes from this week’s readings to support your thoughts.# W.H. Auden – “Musee es Beaux Arts,” # George Gordon, Lord Byron – “She walks in beauty,” # Octavio Paz – “The Street,” # Emily Dickinson – “Because I could not stop for Death,” # Elizabeth Bishop – “The Fish,” # Marc Doty – “Golden Retrievals,” # Robert Frost – “The Road not Taken,” # Langston Hughes – “Theme for English B,” # D.H. Lawrence – “When I read Shakespeare,” # Anne Bradstreet – “To my Dear and Loving Husband,” # John Milton – “When I Consider How my Light is Spent,” # Rainer Maria Pilke – “The Cadet Picture of my Father,” # Edger Allan Poe – “The Raven,” # Theodore Roethke – “My Papa’s Waltz,” # Cathy Song – Lost Sister,” # Wallace Stevens–”Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird,” # C.K. Williams – “Invisible Mending,” # James Wright – “A Blessing,” # James Wright – “Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy’s Farm in Pine”# James Wright – “Island Minnesota,”

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