Thursday, January 1, 2004

Thrushes Comments

Rating: 4.3

Terrifying are the attent sleek thrushes on the lawn,
More coiled steel than living - a poised
Dark deadly eye, those delicate legs
Triggered to stirrings beyond sense - with a start, a bounce,


Ted Hughes
Sho Sho 11 May 2007

hii i need full comment to this poem quecly imy exam after 2 days plz help me

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Jane Castrignano 09 April 2005

This poem is a perfect observation of nature in action, I know only two ted Hughes poems, this one and The Jaguar, as I had to analyze them in a lit class 25 years ago, but I never forgot them. That should attest to the power of the words and Ted Hughe's ability to strike home with his sharp, and true observations of life.

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