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Wild Wings stood out to me from the collection of books the librarian brought to me from the poetry section I think it’s because of the real photographs that were used instead of illustration Jane Yolan used photographs of birds that were taken by her son who is a professional photographer She received these photographs from her son and instantly thought of creating poems for each She used these photos to help her inspire the minute to minute mundane activity that we take for granted I don’t see birds the way Jason captured them with his camera or the way Jane captured it’s movement with her words Through her poems I was able to understand what she saw Many poets uses paintings and photos as an inspiration I think for Jane Yolen these photographs of birds spoke to them Maybe because she is a writer and a poet that’s her form of expression Another book that comes to mind is Paint Me a Poem Poems Inspired by Masterpieces of Art by Justine Rowden The author uses famous painting from National Gallery in Washington DC to inspire her poems Good poetry “expands people’s consciousness of their minute to minute experience” Chapter 6 Poetry For Children Page 170 and I felt that this book Wild Wings spoke out to me because Jane Yolen used that experience to reach out to its audience It reminds us how fascinating life could be if we spend a little longer admiring what surrounds us Jane Yolen used vivid imagery to expand our imagination to share her experience with this engaging book She captures the moment with her gift of words to lends us a hand in experiencing the true wonder she sees in birds She uses simile metaphor and word play to capture readers’ attention Her use of metaphor in describing the warbler as “sunshine” pg 11 or and vulture as “angel” pg 13 gives us a glimpse of how she sees these birds The use of imagery is evident throughout the book She is brilliant when it comes to comparing the birds to everyday objects She described anhinga after swimming as “wet shirt” on an “invisible line” pg 14 I see that I was delighted to see the world in her eyes It made me see things I couldn’t see before She uses different types of poems She uses concrete poem to capture the shape of egret pg7 sitting and haiku to describe the swallows pg 18 They decorated treesWhite breasts candled from withinOrnaments of spring Like many haiku she uses her keen observation to compare swallows to “ornaments” for the trees but for spring time I would have never thought of that But after reading her poem I can see those cute little birds on a tree as “ornaments” that decorate the bare tree It symbolizes spring is near For the poem of brother hawk she uses dialogue by asking “why” uestions to personify the birds as it answers back pg 23 Even though like many poetry books I own it’s based on theme this book is different It’s not humorous like other poetry by Shel Silverstein or of familiar experience However children can relate and enjoy photographs of birds This is a greta book to introduce different types of poems written by the same author Students can see that all poems do not have to rhyme or use alliteration It can of course but it’s not limited too It’s a great to use as mentor text after they pick a topic “See even if you are writing about cars there’s different things you can write about and different ways Just like Jane Yolen did” It also shows students that inspiration is everywhere Just like the photographs she received from her son maybe they can find inspiration from what they already have