This collection of poetry, An Analogy of Flowers, consists of 26 original poems and an introduction. The poetry explores flowers through a wide range of styles, ranging from the villanelle to the haiku. The introduction analyzes the relationship between form and content, explores techniques for revision, and explains the author's perspective of flowers. Although written primarily for personal satisfaction, this project provided significant benefits in understanding the writing process.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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