Responding to your concerns:
Several of you have asked about point of view (since the directions say and I have reinforced, 3rd person only). Looking back, I realize the directions for each essay expect personal reflection, which is difficult to write in 3rd person. Therefore, use 1st person, but use it only when you need to. It is still important to have an authoritative 3rd person voice for most of your essay.
As for handing in your prewriting activity, do not print it out if it is currently a digital document; email it to me instead as an attachment. The subject line should be poetry organizer. If you already have a paper document, then hand this in on Friday.
Now, for your hyperlinks--remember the purpose of hyperlinks is to explain, add to, or extend meaning. You should keep your reader in mind when you make your links. You need five links in all (all in text). You could make a link to a page about your poet or a link to the poem online, or both. You can link to a picture. You can link to definitions (but don't ever define simple words that most people know). Think about how you can add more information. Everyone has a different essay, so everyone will need to make these connections on his/her own. If you don't remember how to make external links, check the tutorial pages.
You do not have to cite your sources at the bottom of this essay unless you choose to do so for practice.
James Stephens' "The Wind."