Comparative Poetry Analysis

Neil Hunter Chartrand (Hour 6)

Introduction

Nature is a powerful force. The poems "Problems with Hurricanes" and "Tornado at Talledega" both are about nature. They speak of many things such as humans, animals, beauty in objects, etc. These all allow us to tell how the poets feel about nature.

Conclusion

Both poems present a serious tone on nature. Their styles make the poem strange and irregular, much like nature itself. I think the overall theme or message of both poems is that nature can be very cruel to everything, including itself.