Made By: Rebecca Dray
Tone and Word Choice
The author of “Tornado at Talladega” wants you to know that after a tornado it can be peaceful with the beautiful outcomes. At the same the author wants you to know that the thought that your family and friends could have died during the storm is unsettling. The author of “Sleeping in the Forest” wants you to realize that the Earth makes many different noises. Some noises you can’t hear unless you stop and listen to hear them.
Form and Structure
Some poems talk about how nature can be destructive and beautiful. “Tornado at Talladega” and “Sleeping in the Forest” and two poems that show how nature can be both destructive and beautiful. They tell this through their personification.