Butterflies are some of the most graceful creatures on Earth. This article features a poem dedicated to those wonderful insects along with data about different types of butterflies.
The word "Lucifer" represents both good and evil. In this article I explore the meaning of the word in prose and poetry The article was created in honour of National Poetry Month.
A poem about rivers along with information about rivers in the U.S. and in literature is in this article.
This article contains a poem about a forest, an introduction, and some interesting facts about woodlands around the globe.
Mind is indeed a magnet, what we think we attract. 'Think of the devil and the devil is here' Then why don't we think of an angel to attract it?
This poem follows the style of Poe's "The Raven," though it is slightly shortened. The title is actually taken from one of his other short stories, the very dark "The Black Cat," so in a way this is a tribute to Edgar Allen Poe, though slightly tongue in cheek.
The author believes that none other than Shakespere himself stole all her plays and simply put his name instead!
The author wonders at the looking mirror..that changes it's face each time a different person stands in front of it!
I wrote this poem for my wife, a wonderful person. I've also included some famous television couples which keep us smiling when thinking of the joys of marriage.
Trace my pain in the gown of the night , undress the nostalgia from our eyes ...through this violin I expanded the realm of memories , I birthed the uterus of our love. What ran off the chest could not run with legs..at dawn..you spilled the forgiveness for the heart the you blazed!