This was a classroom project in an Advanced Motion Media techniques class, with Prof. Minho Shin. The idea was inspired by an organization called

I chose to animate a poem by Ted Hughes. The poem reads as follows.

Hearing your moan, I chill. I shiver.
I know
You can’t stay with those trees.
I know
The river is only fabled to be orphan.
I know
The flowers also look for you, and die looking.
Just as the sun returns every day as if owned.
Like me
They are neither your brides, nor your grooms.
Each of us is nothing
But the fleeting warm pressure
Of your footfall.
As you pace
Your cage of freedom.
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