Comparative Poetry Analysis
comparative of two collections poems
"Problems with Hurricanes" the author gives me a fell to watch out for falling fruit that can kill you, which gives me a funny view on the story and funny that some people have this problem. For example in lines 32-35, the poet says, "If your going out/ beware of mangoes/ and all such beautiful/sweet things." Unlike "Problems with Hurricanes", "Sleeping in the Forest" gives me a negative feel and a positive feel and mostly creepy& mysterious , because its about her dying then she came back to life better. For instance in lines 17-16, the poet says, "I had vanished at least a dozen times/ into something better."
Structure and Form
In "Sleeping in the Forest" theirs 18 lines and 1 stanza and "Problems with Hurricanes" has theirs 35 lines and 6 stanzas. Both poems kind of have a shape in how the poem is written like one looks like a tree and the other looks like a tall tree on a wall. Also both poems are free verse. In addition, "Sleeping in the Forest" has flow of thought and different lengths of lines. "Problems with Hurricanes" has repeated words for example the author repeats "Don't worry"