"To S.M., a Young African Painter On Seeing His Works" by Phyllis Wheatley
By: Lee A. Zito
The poem "To S.M., a Young African Painter On Seeing His Works" by Phyllis Wheatley, is one that contains angelic details and description. Upon seeing this young artist's work, Wheatley was so moved that she wrote this poem.
She makes this clear in line five by saying, "How did those prospects give my soul delight." Then Wheatley follows this line with, "A new creation rushing on my sight?" She expresses how inspired she is to see this piece of art.
Wheatley continues to glorify the artist by complimenting his "wondrous youth" in line seven. To Wheatley this artist in purs…
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