Marilyn Kallet Wake Me Analysis

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On this night, Marilyn Kallet was first introduced to the audience as a wonderful writer and a poet, that she was also been involved in editing of the many creative writings including contemporary American Women books for children. Religious matters, she was also introduced as an extensive traveler who has travelled and performed in places like Poland, France and have attended theatrics, and have hosts symposiums, and edited for a period of 23 years here in the University of Tennessee. Dr. Kallet was portrayed as a committed member of this University, and has written numerous various creative writings among which the Jewish origin, and she was very instrumental in the recruitment of many young poet. “Wake Me” poem was read by another colleague connoting the tragic historical event that took place in a Pulse night club in Florida by one Omar Mateen of 29…show more content…
It was nice to be here with you all she said. She was also proud of all the Literature department. She made a several jokes and this jokes shows how creativity and humor was combined to give and create a beautiful imagery in these two lines that she read: “Blue Birds sweep from tree to tree” and also an Ode to disappointment was read as well. She made one powerful point I will never forget and this reads “Poetry is not professional, poetry is a love by itself, and you don’t need a grant to write poetry, all you need is a pen and a paper. We have faith in your ability to surmount us.” The audience could not stop clapping and laughing. She also delivered a powerful line in one of her poetry and beautifully using alliteration in lines like “i30 low sound” 129, 129, 129, 129, and is a very good point. She analyzed this lines as “they thought 129 people died but actually it was 130 people

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