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Written in the Black Lodge: Ode to Twin Peaks

Written in the Black Lodge: Ode to Twin Peaks

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Published by Jessica Colbert
An ode written in my creative writing class about the television series Twin Peaks by David Lynch. In this poem, I use the Douglas-firs which Special Agent Dale Cooper loves so much to represent the idyllic outer-shell of Twin Peaks, hiding the inviting darkness within. The poem which is repeated through the series breaks up the stanzas, interrupting it just as Laura Palmer's death interrupts the town.

This poem is part of my first portfolio, titled "I Understood That Reference." The title is an inside joke with my friends because we all quote pop culture so much. My poems contain a lot of pop culture, which I use to express common themes and concepts.
An ode written in my creative writing class about the television series Twin Peaks by David Lynch. In this poem, I use the Douglas-firs which Special Agent Dale Cooper loves so much to represent the idyllic outer-shell of Twin Peaks, hiding the inviting darkness within. The poem which is repeated through the series breaks up the stanzas, interrupting it just as Laura Palmer's death interrupts the town.

This poem is part of my first portfolio, titled "I Understood That Reference." The title is an inside joke with my friends because we all quote pop culture so much. My poems contain a lot of pop culture, which I use to express common themes and concepts.

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Published by: Jessica Colbert on May 20, 2013
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