This is a brochure common core lesson on two poems from the Harlem Renaissance. The two sheets can be printed back-to-back so that students may fold them like a brochure. Once it is folded students can look at one poem while answering questions about it and then flip to the next poem and answer questions about it before proceeding to the culminating question. This brochure analyzes "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes beside "Harlem Wine" by Countee Cullen. I completed this activity with 8th graders, but it could definitely be completed with higher grades.