Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Bird

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My interpretation of Wallace Stevens poem,  “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Bird”, where I felt more drawn to the the concept of the eye of the black bird always watching. This can be seen in not just the presence of the black bird in the mountains and the tree but also it’s “eyes” are in the pattern design of their wings.

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