Use this two-day poetry lesson to help your students connect modern song lyrics to classic poetry. This is potentially a great cross-curricular lesson.
"In her second book, she sustains the obsessions of her first book — identity (personal and cultural), history, effacement, and the realms of flora and fauna — and extends them into a questioning of the limits of lyric poetry itself in a world fraught with contingency and anomie."
Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique // rhyming words poetry inspiration