There was a poem on GI Jane at the end of the movie. Something about a bird/frozen/hanging on/sorrow/sympahy. They flashed it so fast I couldn't read it all but caught some key words. Does anyone have any idea the poem that was featured in that movie? I've love to find it.
I never saw a wild thing
sorry for itself.
A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough
without ever having felt sorry for itself.
D. H. Lawrence
I too was interested in the poem. It is by D. H. Lawrence and entitled Self-Pity.
Well, at least we're all in agreement.
i just also watched the movie awhile ago for my second time. i also wondered how the poem goes. thanks for the info.
the poetry book at the end of the movie g i jane with the poem self-pity in it what is the name of the book? can anyone help me out?