Pine Essay

Kimiko Hahn
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Hart is a published author and freelance writer. In the following essay, Hart explores Hahn's poem to see if the poet practices what she preaches by infusing her writing with a sensual texture that Hahn's audience can not only see but also feel.

In her poem “Pine,” Hahn starts right at the title to provide her readers with a few hints not only as to what this poem is about but also how it was put together. The title demonstrates that there will be a mention of nature, for instance, but looked at more closely, there will also be double meanings applied throughout. If just the surface of the poem is skimmed, readers might make quick judgments about the subject matter. Words like “pine,” “evergreen,” and “tree line,” all mentioned in the first few lines, make this poem appear to be about nature. In part, this is...

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