“To My Mother” By Edgar Allan Poe Review

This is a devotional sonnet in which Poe describes his feelings for his own mother and the mother of his wife. … This woman is more dear to him than his own mother, mostly due to the fact that she is responsible for the creation of Virginia. It is through her that his heart was filled.

To be honest this one is a e beautiful and sincere ode poem to Edgar Allan Poe’s mother-in-law.

For the most part this is a pretty decent poem. 

The story behind poem is the best part of this whole poem. 

This poem at the beginning is amazing, but then it starts running down hill.

The writing style is pretty poor but there are some good lines and parts. 

I give this poem 2 / 5

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