Evidence: Poems

Evidence: Poems

Mary Oliver


Never afraid to shed the pretense of educational poetry, by no means shy of letting the facility of a picture lie in unadorned language, Mary Oliver bargains us poems of arresting attractiveness that examine the ability of affection and the good presents of the flora and fauna. encouraged by way of the well-known traces from William Wordsworth, “To me the meanest flower that blows may give / innovations that do frequently lie too deep for tears,” she uncovers the facts provided to us day-by-day by means of nature, in rivers and stones, willows and box corn, the mockingbird’s “embellishments,” or the final hours of darkness.

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