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 »

Joyce Kilmer published his poem "Trees" in August 1913 in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, and reprinted it in his first book, "Trees and Other Poems," in 1914. Kilmer's view of the trees at his Mahwah, New Jersey home inspi... More »

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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 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 »

Joyce Kilmer published his poem "Trees" in August 1913 in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, and reprinted it in his first book, "Trees and Other Poems," in 1914. Kilmer's view of the trees at his Mahwah, New Jersey home inspi... More »

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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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The line "I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree" comes from the lyric poem "Trees" by American poet Joyce Kilmer. Kilmer wrote the poem upstairs in his New Jersey home on February 2, 1913, according t... More »