storming in blank walls, The seventh stanza presents what the speaker believes will be the thoughts of the wandering children of the future.
‘Anecdote of the Jar’ is a poem that expresses, through the story of “a jar” and “a hill,” the progressive overtaking of industry over nature.
‘The Plain Sense of Things’ by Wallace Stevens is a thoughtful poem about creativity. The speaker notes the “plain” times when one is forced to contend with a weakened imagination.
‘The Snow Man’ was first published in Poetry magazine in 1921. This poem features the poet’s perspectivism concerning an image of the wintry landscape.
‘Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird’ by Wallace Stevens uses the blackbird as a way to describe the relations between humankind, nature, and emotions.