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"The Face in the Trees" Lesson

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The Face in the Trees

We knew it was so much more than the sky�
�A face without a sigh
White-cheek acid clouds
Leave no doubt.

Was it for the power and the glory?
�Greed buried in corporate lies.
And now, with all the rotting lesions,
She whispers, �Will I die?�

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The picture above is what we call an illusion.


Dictionary: illusion�� (ĭ-l�'zhən) pronunciation� Noun

    1. An erroneous perception of reality.
    2. An erroneous concept or belief.
    3. Something that is not real.
  1. The condition of being deceived by a false perception or belief.
  2. Something, such as a fantastic plan or desire, that causes an erroneous belief or perception.
  3. Illusionism in art.

sigh ��(s�) �
v.�� sighed, sigh�ing, sighs

v.�� intr.
    1. To exhale audibly in a long deep breath, as in weariness or relief.
    2. To emit a similar sound: willows sighing in the wind.
  1. To feel longing or grief; yearn: sighing for their lost youth.
v.�� tr.
  1. To express with or as if with an audible exhalation.
  2. Archaic To lament.
n.��The act or sound of sighing.
1. Who is the� "face in the trees"?
2. Why is the face made of acid clouds?
3. What are the "corporate lies"?
4. What is the "face in the trees" afraid of?
5. Why are the businesses polluting the environment?
5. What literary term is used in the last line of the�poem?
6. When we�say a "face" is�nature, we are using a "face" as a �for nature.