The Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest is a publicly owned forest located in Graham County, North Carolina. It is named after poet Joyce Kilmer, who authored the poem "Trees." More »

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The poem "Trees" by Joyce Kilmer is a celebration of the author's religious faith and the world's natural beauty, according to a biography of the author by the Poetry Foundation. Kilmer uses anthropomorphism to depict tr... More »

The poem "Trees" by Alfred Joyce Kilmer is about the perfection of nature as compared to anything man creates. He starts the poem with the lines, "I think that I shall never see/ A poem lovely as a tree," establishing th... More »

The two major activities of Joyce Kilmer National Forest are hiking and picnicking, notes the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Joyce Kilmer National Forest is a publicly owned old growth forest. It... More »

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DuPont State Recreational Forest in North Carolina covers 10,400 acres and features oak forests, cove forests, granite domes, riparian areas and mountain bogs. The forest has over 80 miles of roads and trails for hiking,... More »

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The poem "Trees" by Joyce Kilmer is a celebration of the author's religious faith and the world's natural beauty, according to a biography of the author by the Poetry Foundation. Kilmer uses anthropomorphism to depict tr... More »

The poem "Trees" by Alfred Joyce Kilmer is about the perfection of nature as compared to anything man creates. He starts the poem with the lines, "I think that I shall never see/ A poem lovely as a tree," establishing th... More »