“Hymn” By Edgar Allan Poe Review

This poem shows how Poe is devoted to god. His devotion to god is excessively shown in the next two lines, where it says, In joy and woe- in good and ill- Mother of god be with me stille

To be honest here this poem is a short and sweet poem. Which for the most part speaks about love and devotion that would rival religion.

This poem is that one which is flowed well and it is also very easy to read. And let’s not forget that it is a quick read. 

The writing style is of course amazing because we are talking about Edgar Allan Poe here, so it would be strange if the writing style was anything but amazing. 

This is for sure one of the more interesting poems written by Edgar Allan Poe. 

This one is also very engaging. Which makes it even better.

This poem was so good that it almost feels like it was too short and that it should be way longer than it actually was.

I give this poem 5 / 5

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