1. How does the poet connect the woman in "Body of a Woman" to nature?
The poet connected the woman to nature by likening her body parts to specific parts of nature. He also connects the woman to nature by saying he can "dig" her like the earth.
2. How do the last three lines of "I Have Gone Marking" differ from the rest of the poem?
The last three lines of "I Have Gone Marking" are different from the rest of the poem because they allow the poet to release his feelings. Throughout the rest of the poem he is struggling to express his sadness and desires. But at the end of the poem he says it is like a net lifting out of the water and his emotions are the water falling freely.
3. What powers does the creature possess in "Every Day you Play"?
The creature possesses the power to play with the light of the universe. The poet likens the creature to God but reveals it is a woman. She also holds all the powers of nature, and man can not fight against them.
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