Summarize the most important pieces of the poem as those pieces connect to the point you are going to make in this writing. Explain how you interpret each word and line so that the reader understands your understanding of these pieces of the poem.

The sky is low-the Clouds are means by Emily Dickinson

The first paragraph should contain a brief introduction that includes the name of the poet and the poem. Summarize the most important pieces of the poem as those pieces connect to the point you are going to make in this writing (i.e., the main statement).

The second paragraph should provide the most impactful words and lines that support your main statement concerning the poem’s meaning and theme. Be sure to explain how you interpret each word and line so that the reader understands your understanding of these pieces of the poem.

The third paragraph should explain why it is important for the reader to understand the poet’s message and theme based on the evidence provided.

Summarize the most important pieces of the poem as those pieces connect to the point you are going to make in this writing. Explain how you interpret each word and line so that the reader understands your understanding of these pieces of the poem.