A poem I have recently read which is highly linked to a specific location is "The Jaguar" by Ted Hughes. Through the poem, Hughes is making his way by way of a zoo, viewing all the pets such as apes and parrots in their cages, fatigued. Soon he grows to the jaguar's cage and halts to watch the excellent creature, noticing its apparent persistence not to be beaten by the confines of its cage. Hughes' attitude towards man in clarified from the first verse of the poem. We live instantly..