T is for Tone- I believe the author's tone in this poem is desperate, almost as if the author is desperate to have the hope that the little bird has.
W is for What Is Happening- In the poem 'Hope is the Thing With Feathers' a nightingale is chirping a sweet song. The bird represents hope and perseverance. Even when things get rough, the bird keeps on singing.
I is for Imagery- In the poem when the line "And sweetest in the gale is heard," appears, I strongly feel you can hear the sweet chirp of a nightingale.
S is for Style- This style of poetry follows a particular rhyme scheme. This poem is also written in first person point of view, like most of the poems written by the same poet.
"I've heard it in the chillest land-"
T is for Theme- The theme of this poem is that hope can be found in all sorts of things, such a s a nightingale, person, or place!