What is so special about nature? What are humans doing to it? This topic of nature has been answered by Diane Ackerman in the poem “School Prayer”. On the tip of the iceberg Ackerman’s poem is about nature2 Comments
George commented on the post, Analysis of "There is a Garden in her Face" by Thomas Campion
I am intrigued by your analysis because you you have descriptively analyzed the poem “There is garden in her face”. I like how you are very detailed in how you talk about the poem and what you went through to create these conclusions.
One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ Is the poet referring “cherries” just to her red l…Read More
In the first line of the first stanza, Ackerman talks about the sun and the sun setting. She writes, “In the name of the daybreak”. The “day breaker” must represent the sun as the sun gives us our daylight. Thi
Just in my hand,
Rounded lobes on four cuts,
Soft on top just like wet sand,
And ruff on the bottom but still real hollow.
Theres just one chip, I wonder were it’s gone.
Maybe no were to be found o
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I like this. I think that we as humans have come to think of nature as something that can benefit us. While its resources are plentiful for now, I think we need to take time to appreciate the world we are surrounded by and recognize that if it is not taken care of, it will not be the same.