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Answered Oct 16, 2019
The correct answer to this question is Traveling Through the Dark. This poem does involve a dead deer. Traveling Through the Dark is a widely acclaimed poem by poet William E. Stafford. This poem was published in 1962 and won the National Book Award for Poetry the next year in 1963.
The poem tells the story of a driver who comes across a dead deer while driving. He pulls over to move the deer off the road before realizing the deer is pregnant, and the calf is still alive. Despite that, the driver still pushes the deer over the cliff.
Travelling Through the Dark is a poem that involves a dead deer. This famous masterpiece is written by the widely acclaimed poem William E. Stafford. William E. Stafford was born on 17th January 1914. He was born in Hutchinson, and was the oldest children in a very well-educated family. His first main collection of poetry got published when he was of age 46.
Traveling Through the Dark won the National Book Award for Poetry in 1963 and it is considered as one of his best works. It involves the encounter with a dead deer that has been killed on mountain road.