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I wrote a critical response to the American romantic poet William Cullen Bryant’s poem, "To a Waterfowl." Although there is a creative use of allegory which depicts natural objects in the narrative as being equal in meaning to themes and subjects that are completely outside the narrative, the interplay of words, ideas, and sentiments meld and culminate in this poem as a cohesive and sustainable fountain of imagery that led me to imagine, very romantically, that, no matter how circumstances present themselves in life, every life is directed by the providence of God. http://simstem.blogspot.com/

03/31/2013
John Egenes - Guided by a Horse
FEATURED AUTHOR - John Egenes has been a musician, a saddlemaker, a dog catcher, a university lecturer, and a hobo, and many other things. His life is a highway that he views through a windshield full of squashed bugs. As our Author of the Day, Egenes talks about his horseback journey through America, his horse Gizmo and his love for music. For readers who haven't heard of the book before, please give us a short summary what Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America is about. The book is a memoir that… Read more