I have recently read the poem The Printer’s Error by the author Aaron Fogel. The reason why I have chosen this particular poem is that it shows something important, that we as humans all overlook. The imagery this poem emanates is that mistakes can be a good thing and that you should always feel good about your work, and the author is most definitely right. That is a reason why this particular poem had caught my attention. The author describes that the errors in a particular something are sometimes the beauty of it but, he does so in an indiscreet way. For example in this passage he explains that mistakes are a part of divine creation itself, “One: chance errors of the printer’s trembling hand not to be corrected incautiously by foolish professors and other such rabble because trembling is part of divine creation itself.” This poem is streaming with reassurance that whenever you create something mistakes are ok, they may turn out to be something wonderful, or not, but that’s alright. I really enjoyed reading this poem as it shows that all things make mistakes and those mistakes are what make us who we are today. This poem creates the powerful image of being self confident. Life is a learning process, you know, you learn new things everyday as little or as big as they may be you still learn. Whether it be from your mistakes, people, or other resources it all matters, and so do the mistakes.