Tutor profile: Tyler F.
Write a poem about a transition.
hatchling glow of youth speckled and sturdy inherently worthy slow rolling momentum of ease infinitely carefree FRICTION break out of an impermanent womb spreading my anxious limbs screeching like all hell stumble around with the shell’s pieces trailing like a shredded cape clinking at the ground friction stop collecting my white shards like gift receipts to exchange for the new parts that shine i’m hoping to find bright dirt where the past might settle fertilize something more friction. it’s time to move on new and awkward embracing the ugliness
Subject: Study Skills
What are some tips to improve concentration when reading or studying?
-Play instrumental background music. -Find a quiet location. -Study in a public place, surrounded by others who are working. -Read in twenty-minute increments, followed by five-minute breaks. -Work alongside a study buddy who can hold you accountable. -Practice daily meditation.
What is one interpretation of the poem, "Frau Bauman, Frau Schmidt, and Frau Schwartze," by Theodore Roethke?
The poem weaves together the worlds of story and nature through three "magical" women. These witches tend to beautiful flowers in the greenhouse of creative language, "plotting for more than themselves"---piecing together that which is greater than humanity: words. Roethke refers to the way these ancient storytelling crones delighted him as a child and continue to positively haunt him as a man thinking in bed.
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