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  • Hunger games films plot poetry

    Hunger RHYMES

    Hunger RHYMES

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • The theme dramatized in Thomas Hardy's "The Darkling Thrush" is the contrast between the joyous notes of a bird and the despair of the human listener.

    Thomas Hardy's "The Darkling Thrush"

    Thomas Hardy's "The Darkling Thrush"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • This is an analysis on Sylvia Plath's poem Daddy. It explores a deeper meaning found between the lines of this poem. Is the vampire in this poem her mother? Continue reading and decide for yourself.

    Vampire - An Analysis of Sylvia Plath's Poem "Daddy"

    Vampire - An Analysis of Sylvia Plath's Poem "Daddy"

    by Lisa Williams0

  • The speaker in Wilfred Owen's Italian sonnet dramatizes hatred of war by creating a deeply bitter irony, pitting religious ceremony against reality of the battlefield.

    Wilfred Owen's "Anthem for Doomed Youth"

    Wilfred Owen's "Anthem for Doomed Youth"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The speaker in Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating" compares the experience of eating blackberries to that of pronouncing his favorite words.

    Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating"

    Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • What happens when we dream? Are they sometimes prophetic or are they just nonsense and mean nothing?

    If I Should Die Before I Wake

    If I Should Die Before I Wake

    by Jackie Lynnley32

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  • Edgar Allan Poe opined, "the death, then, of a beautiful woman is, unquestionably, the most poetical topic in the world."

    Edgar Allan Poe's "Annabel Lee"

    Edgar Allan Poe's "Annabel Lee"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The world of literature is filled with horrid descriptions, and T. S. Eliot has contributed some of the most horrid. The mind of the Eliot observer, however, is most often the locus of the horror.

    T. S. Eliot's "Preludes"

    T. S. Eliot's "Preludes"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • W. H. Auden's "The Unknown Citizen" portrays a pathetic character whose life has been stifled by "the State," yet who, ironically, does not seem to realize his lot in life.

    W. H. Auden's "The Unknown Citizen"

    W. H. Auden's "The Unknown Citizen"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Amy Lowell's Petrarchan sonnet offers an octave dramatizing the agony of a constantly recurring thought; yet the sestet bemoans the loss of freedom to a beloved.

    Amy Lowell's "A Fixed Idea"

    Amy Lowell's "A Fixed Idea"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Sonnet 20 from Sonnets from the Portuguese finds the speaker in a pensive mood, dramatizing her awe at the difference a year has made in her life.

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 20

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 20

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • In his poem, "Lapis Lazuli," W. B. Yeats has his speaker explore the issue of peace and tranquility despite a chaotic environment.

    W. B. Yeats' "Lapis Lazuli"

    W. B. Yeats' "Lapis Lazuli"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • The Poem and Video were created by me. All content is owned by me.

    Good Morning Poem

    Good Morning Poem

    by Dabby Lyric3

  • Wordsworth stated that his daughter suggested this poem to him "after her death." The poem's mystic musing reveals the speaker's soul yearning.

    William Wordsworth's "Surprised by Joy"

    William Wordsworth's "Surprised by Joy"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • A paraphrase of Bly's "The Cat in the Kitchen" might be, "A man falling into a pond is like the night wind which is like an old woman in the kitchen cooking for her cat."

    Robert Bly's "The Cat in the Kitchen"

    Robert Bly's "The Cat in the Kitchen"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Being an Oompa Loompa was an inborn passion of mine that my parents put into good use by honing in on my natural Oompa Loompa skills at the tender age of 15. Thus, my career took off at the factory!

    Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory

    Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore12

  • Noel Film plot poetry

    Noel RHYMES

    Noel RHYMES

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • The sound of camp gear clanging as the horses thunder along becomes a melancholy image that pulls together this ballad as it sadly concludes in heartache.

    Henry Lawson's "The Ballad of the Drover"

    Henry Lawson's "The Ballad of the Drover"

    by Linda Sue Grimes4

  • Masters’ character, Johnnie Sayre, speaks to the Divine Belovèd, remembering the excruciating pain that resulted in his death, finding grace in his early demise.

    37. Edgar Lee Masters’ "Johnnie Sayre"

    37. Edgar Lee Masters’ "Johnnie Sayre"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Simic's "My Shoes" is a festering piece of drivel sounding like a workshop reject. We will look at the poem using the medium of that oh-so-serious postmodern poetry workshop where trivia and nonsense.

    Charles Simic's "My Shoes"

    Charles Simic's "My Shoes"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning's speaker revisits her former sorrow to contrast her earlier "heavy heart" with the light heartedness she now enjoys because of her belovèd.

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 25

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 25

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • The speaker in Frost's "Mending Wall" is a provocateur, questioning the wall's purpose, chiding his neighbor about it, yet he seems to be the one more concerned about its repair.

    Robert Frost's "Mending Wall"

    Robert Frost's "Mending Wall"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The ten versagraphs of Adrienne Rich's "Diving into the Wreck" dramatize the speaker/reader's metaphorical journey to explore the nature of a non-existent catastrophe.

    Adrienne Rich's "Diving into the Wreck"

    Adrienne Rich's "Diving into the Wreck"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • A poem addressed to a teacher, and reflecting on various aspects of teaching process.

    The Guardian - 1

    The Guardian - 1

    by Shafqat Mushtaq0

  • The first clue that Stevens' subject is not the fat, round object that children build out in the yard on a snowy day is in the title: it is "snow man," not "snowman."

    Wallace Stevens' "The Snow Man

    Wallace Stevens' "The Snow Man

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The late Rod McKuen's musical and entertainment accomplishments are undermined by his claim to the title of "poet"; his so-called "poems" exemplify the work of a poetaster—not a poet.

    Rod McKuen:  An American Success Story

    Rod McKuen: An American Success Story

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Colum's little drama features a tired old woman who dreams of owning her own little house where she can spend her days quietly caring for a few simple possessions.

    Padraic Colum's "An Old Woman of the Roads"

    Padraic Colum's "An Old Woman of the Roads"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • In A. E. Housman's "When I was one-and-twenty," the speaker at age twenty-two reports the truth of sage advice he received at age twenty-one about falling in love.

    A. E. Housman's "When I was one-and-twenty"

    A. E. Housman's "When I was one-and-twenty"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • The subject of this article is poetry about being knocked down by life and having to get back up again. It is writing about rising again after having a setback (or many) in life.

    Poems About Rising After the Fall

    Poems About Rising After the Fall

    by Ezria Copper1

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    Cat Email Mouse

    Cat Email Mouse

    by hallamerican0

  • Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Spring" celebrates the Resurrection of the Lamb of God, along with the greening of the landscape and the new birth of foliage, flowers, and fowl.

    Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Spring"

    Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Spring"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The nuclear industry makes billions from building and maintaining nuclear power stations. It is not in their financial interest to broadcast just how dangerous they are.

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    by Tessa Schlesinger3

  • Paramahansa Yogananda’s poem, “Life’s Dream,” celebrates Mount Washington as a spiritual oasis in the middle of the large city of Los Angeles.

    Paramahansa Yogananda's "Life’s Dream"

    Paramahansa Yogananda's "Life’s Dream"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Langston Hughes wrote "Goodbye, Christ" in 1931. It was published in a left-leaning publication called The Negro Worker in 1932.

    Langston Hughes' "Goodbye, Christ"

    Langston Hughes' "Goodbye, Christ"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The description of the state of consciousness portrayed in Rossetti's "Dream Land" lends itself remarkably to a close yogic interpretation, as do many of her poems.

    Christina Rossetti's "Dream Land"

    Christina Rossetti's "Dream Land"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • W. H. Davies's speaker laments the paucity of leisure time spent by society. He muses on the notion that leisure time be employed to watch as natural events unfold around the observer.

    W. H. Davies' "Leisure"

    W. H. Davies' "Leisure"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • The speaker in Robert Frost's "The Oven Bird" muses on the mystery not unlike the same mystery explored in his eight-line, "Nothing Gold Can Stay."

    Robert Frost's "The Oven Bird"

    Robert Frost's "The Oven Bird"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • A poem this author wrote back in her 'dark ages' of the late 1980s, describing the feelings of feeling friendless and alone.

    Loneliness--A Poem

    Loneliness--A Poem

    by Liz Elias10

  • Alluding to the Genesis concept of the image of God, the speaker parallels the Eastern spiritual tradition of pantheism to dramatize the full truth of that venerable concept.

    William Butler Yeats' "The Indian upon God"

    William Butler Yeats' "The Indian upon God"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • A self-talk, a moment of reflection on the time`s mood, and every other impression emanating from the society.

    A Soliloquy

    A Soliloquy

    by Shafqat Mushtaq0

  • America's beloved poet Robert Frost penned many of the most admired poems in American poetry, and his poetic range was extraordinary, including the versanelle.

    Robert Frost and the Versanelle

    Robert Frost and the Versanelle

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • How she took in a deep breath the fresh air shadowed her way but she sensed something that changed She left her breath out in such a whoosh and how did the time get so confusing like she was floating

    Keepsake Heart Afterlife

    Keepsake Heart Afterlife

    by Robin Carretti4

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    To A Blogger

    To A Blogger

    by hallamerican0

  • Sara Teasdale became a favorite poet of young woman who were suffering a lost love. Her hauntingly beautiful pieces comfort the heart and soul.

    Sara Teasdale:  A Legacy of Spiritual Joy

    Sara Teasdale: A Legacy of Spiritual Joy

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Sexton's sarcastic tone relies on the use of simile, symbolism, and hyperbole to relate the anonymous narrator's feelings through constant interjections within the context. The subject, Cinderella, is represented as a, naïve, out of touch; spoiled brat. In the poem, the speaker relates that Cinderella sleeps on a "sooty hearth," and "walked around looking like Al Jolson" (32). At first, the reader might feel sorry for her, but the reality is that she made her bed by choosing to believe in fairyt

    "Cinderella" by Anne Sexton (A Review)

    "Cinderella" by Anne Sexton (A Review)

    by Joe Friedman3

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age. Please help find Joe Lee. A missing person since 2012 from Phoenix, AZ.

    Joe Said

    Joe Said

    by hallamerican2

  • The speaker in "Two Tramps in Mud Time" dramatizes his encounter with two unemployed lumberjacks who covet the speaker's wood-splitting task.

    Robert Frost's "Two Tramps in Mud Time"

    Robert Frost's "Two Tramps in Mud Time"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • This poem is addressed to a blood stain, and the poet asks it various questions which reveal the brutality, inhumanity and absurdity of war.

    Blood Stain

    Blood Stain

    by Shafqat Mushtaq0

  • The first sonnet concentrates on beauty and the need to keep procreating by those who are blessed with good looks. Aimed at the Fair Youth, it entreaties him to marry and have children before he dies.

    Analysis of Sonnet 1 by William Shakespeare

    Analysis of Sonnet 1 by William Shakespeare

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Summer, spring winter and fall. Which is the most beautiful of all?

    When Autumn Leaves

    When Autumn Leaves

    by Jackie Lynnley28

  • The Earth is dying by the hand of man. This is a poem from my heart, breaking for the earth. Are we going to sit and look how the Earth is being raped to death, or are we going to stand up?

    Poem: Go Green!

    Poem: Go Green!

    by Louis Fourie6

  • Grammar is a clever poem that uses metaphor and simile to explore the notion of attraction and sexuality. It is about the natural mystery of intimacy and how people react to beauty.

    Analysis of Poem "Grammar" by Tony Hoagland

    Analysis of Poem "Grammar" by Tony Hoagland

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Shakespeare's love sonnets have delighted and puzzled readers for centuries but there are unanswered questions. Who did he write them for? Who is the so called Dark Lady? This guide will help you.

    William Shakespeare's Love Sonnets: Summary and Guide

    William Shakespeare's Love Sonnets: Summary and Guide

    by Andrew Spacey12

  • Former U. S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser offers one of his fascinating observations, as he allows his speaker to speculate on the character of an aging, tattooed biker-type.

    Ted Kooser's "Tattoo"

    Ted Kooser's "Tattoo"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The speaker claims that it is easy to lose things. Through heavy irony, though, she demonstrates that some things are easier to lose than others.

    Elizabeth Bishop's "One Art"

    Elizabeth Bishop's "One Art"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • For Emily Dickinson the seasons offered ample opportunities for verse creation, and her love for all of the seasons is quite evident in her poems.

    Emily Dickinson's "Like Brooms of Steel"

    Emily Dickinson's "Like Brooms of Steel"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    Of A Father

    Of A Father

    by hallamerican0

  • Charles Harpur is considered Australia's first significant poet. Largely neglected, he wrote the first sonnet sequence ever published in Australia in the 19th century.

    Charles Harpur's "The Battle of Life"

    Charles Harpur's "The Battle of Life"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The speaker of poet/physician William Carlos Williams' delightful sonnet dramatizes the transforming power of poetry in this innovative, Petrarchan (Italian) sonnet.

    William Carlos Williams' "The Uses of Poetry"

    William Carlos Williams' "The Uses of Poetry"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    On Anon

    On Anon

    by hallamerican0

  • This blog is about different poems written about the sunrise symbolizing love and healing.

    The Sunrise in Poetry

    The Sunrise in Poetry

    by Ezria Copper1

  • Millay's "Renascence" dramatizes a mystical experience that results in the speaker's new birth, realizing the depth of love and the power of the soul.

    Edna St. Vincent Millay's "Renascence"

    Edna St. Vincent Millay's "Renascence"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • A freewheeling tribute, a nonpartisan panegyric, is perhaps the epitome of cultural expression.

    Tribute to HubPages

    Tribute to HubPages

    by Ram Ramakrishnan33

  • The poetry of presidents fascinates readers by giving them a glimpse into the very personal side of the politician.

    Two Poems by George Washington

    Two Poems by George Washington

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The speaker in Sara Teasdale's Petrarchan sonnet, "To E," dramatizes her memories of beauty that she treasures, with a special memory of a treasured soul.

    Sara Teasdale's "To E"

    Sara Teasdale's "To E"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The speaker is becoming habituated to listening to her beloved tell her," I love you." Thus she is instructing him to tell her repeatedly those beautiful words.

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 21

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 21

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • This poem was written to express the way one might feel when they are put in a tense situation based on a call

    The VoiceMail

    The VoiceMail

    by TaliaWilson1

  • James Wright's "A Blessing" paints a portrait of the human heart warmed and inspired by an encounter with nature-two Indian ponies in a pasture.

    James Wright's "A Blessing"

    James Wright's "A Blessing"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Any writer can relate to Anne Bradstreet's trepidation as she releases her writings (as dear to her as her children) to the world. This close reading of "The Author to Her Book" examines the poetic devices Bradstreet uses to develop her extended metaphor.

    Anne Bradstreet's "The Author to Her Book": A Close Reading

    Anne Bradstreet's "The Author to Her Book": A Close Reading

    by Brittany Rowland3

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  • This poem is a painful recollection of carnage against innocent children, children who have become the silent victims of oppression, terrorism and political hegemony.

    You Are Gone Now

    You Are Gone Now

    by Shafqat Mushtaq0

  • The speaker in Bryant's "The Yellow Violet" celebrates the beginning of spring as he closely observes a yellow violet. He also appends his philosophical observation regarding modesty and humility.

    William Cullen Bryant's "The Yellow Violet"

    William Cullen Bryant's "The Yellow Violet"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • So sad when love seems to fade as the first snow falls...

    Snow Upon the Roses

    Snow Upon the Roses

    by Gypsy Rose Lee11

  • This is about the amazing, undeniable bond between a mother and her son that will never be forgotten and cannot be driven away by any force or by any distance. Because of this bond, they hear each other's agonies and feel each other's pains, with no effort at all.

    Quiet Insanity: A Telepathic Intuition Between Mother and Son

    Quiet Insanity: A Telepathic Intuition Between Mother and Son

    by Helen Kramer6

  • Doing analysis of poetry is not as easy as some might think. Just because it is usually shorter than books, doesn't mean it takes less effort to do a proper literary analysis.

    How to Analyze Poetry

    How to Analyze Poetry

    by LisaKoski12

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  • A grateful heart is a joyful heart and has an overflowing desire to share its gifts of Divine Truths, love and happiness with others!

    A Grateful Heart is a Joyful Heart!

    A Grateful Heart is a Joyful Heart!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore4

  • John Greenleaf Whittier's "Maud Muller" dramatizes the melancholy caused by the human heart's proclivity for suffering over the thought of "what might have been."

    John Greenleaf Whittier's "Maud Muller"

    John Greenleaf Whittier's "Maud Muller"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • Poets all over the world I perceive to have common task though they are different people. What is this task? Find out from my poem, "In Poets Fervid Sublimes"

    In Poets Fervid Sublimes

    In Poets Fervid Sublimes

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo4

  • Heaney's speaker in "Storm on the Island" is philosophizing about the quality of his island's homes and the quality of the residents' inner lives.

    Seamus Heaney's "Storm on the Island"

    Seamus Heaney's "Storm on the Island"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The theme of “The Canonization” by John Donne revolves around the canonization process of a man into sainthood with the nature of his romantic relationship being justification of his right to this status. It is my understanding, however, that...

    The Significance of the Phoenix in John Donne's "The Canonization"

    The Significance of the Phoenix in John Donne's "The Canonization"

    by Jake Brannen0

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  • Just for a second what a flicker like she was the feather tickler she saw something in his eyes so hot like a mating passionate give or take being overenthusiastic the sounds come out more intense

    Procreating Passion Mating

    Procreating Passion Mating

    by Robin Carretti2

  • Junkyards is a short poem that focuses on things we humans throw away, perfectly good things that end up in rust and decay because we think they're of no further use. It's kind of sad and so wasteful?

    Analysis of Poem "Junkyards" by Julian Rayford

    Analysis of Poem "Junkyards" by Julian Rayford

    by Andrew Spacey0

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  • Tonight's poetry comes from inspiration caught while driving, a first line or two echoing over and over so hard and loud in my mind that I briefly think about pulling over to the side of the road...

    ...Cynical December...

    ...Cynical December...

    by Carole Anzolletti4

  • In William Stafford's "Traveling through the Dark," the speaker creates a dramatic retelling of an event that happened to him one dark night traveling down a treacherous road.

    William Stafford's "Traveling through the Dark"

    William Stafford's "Traveling through the Dark"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The poem depicts how I was stalked as a teenager! The experience was very traumatic and sadly, it still haunts me.

    Stalked Poem

    Stalked Poem

    by Dabby Lyric1

  • Countée Cullen's "Incident" dramatizes an event in the life of a young boy that ruined his memory of his visit to the city of Baltimore.

    Countée Cullen's "Incident"

    Countée Cullen's "Incident"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • In Whitman's "Miracles," the speaker catalogues all the miracles he finds as he goes through life, concluding that he has encountered nothing but miracles.

    Walt Whitman's "Miracles"

    Walt Whitman's "Miracles"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • A poem telling a story of betrayal, abuse, and healing.

    Ten Years Later

    Ten Years Later

    by Poppy7

  • The rough beast in Yeats' widely noted poem is an aberration of imagination, not a viable symbol for what Yeats' speaker thought he was achieving in his critique of culture.

    W. B. Yeats' Rough Beast in "The Second Coming"

    W. B. Yeats' Rough Beast in "The Second Coming"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • This article features a poem about beaches and being “Shipwrecked.” The author also offers ideas about reading poetry.

    Poem: The Shipwrecked Soul

    Poem: The Shipwrecked Soul

    by Tim Truzy3

  • Be made whole...

    Crowned.

    Crowned.

    by Corinne Badenhors0

  • The theme of Countee Cullen's "The Wise" ironically dramatizes the notion that in death one becomes immune to the trammels of earthly duality.

    Countee Cullen's "The Wise"

    Countee Cullen's "The Wise"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    Poisoned Pen

    Poisoned Pen

    by hallamerican0

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    Be Not Death

    Be Not Death

    by hallamerican0

  •   It hurts when I look at you You chin raised so high So full of self-virtue You don’t hear my cry   Your eyes full of judgement As you survey around Your lips spill your disappointment As my confidence you pound   Your...

    I Hurt When I Look at You: A Poem About Mother and Daughter

    I Hurt When I Look at You: A Poem About Mother and Daughter

    by K.A.E Grove86

  • A look at the various criticisms of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner throughout history.

    Coleridge and His Mariner

    Coleridge and His Mariner

    by Kansas Moore0

  • Through varied forms of the idiom, "give the lie to," the speaker's refrain emphasizes the disingenuousness that is being decried throughout the poem.

    Sir Walter Ralegh's "The Lie"

    Sir Walter Ralegh's "The Lie"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • When reading The Silken Tent by Robert Frost, a warm, fuzzy feeling known as love penetrates the senses through not only the diction the narrator uses, but also the figures of speech, tone, metaphors (whether or not implied), symbolism , and the...

    Love Is ... a Silken Tent?

    Love Is ... a Silken Tent?

    by Rafini10

  • Shelley's "On Death" consists of five sestet stanzas that offer the speaker's response to a quotation from Ecclesiastes.

    Percy Bysshe Shelley's "On Death"

    Percy Bysshe Shelley's "On Death"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • AI poetry inspired and created for the digital age.

    Nature Bankrupt

    Nature Bankrupt

    by hallamerican0

  • From overwhelming despair to one true love, join and voyage along with me as we peruse the renowned love sonnet, Sonnet 29, of William Shakespeare.

    An Analysis of Sonnet 29, Shakespeare 2

    An Analysis of Sonnet 29, Shakespeare 2

    by Michael Ni0

  • I think most operating room nurses and techs will connect with this poem. It is what we do most days of the week.

    Ode to the OR Nurse

    Ode to the OR Nurse

    by Kari Poulsen18

  • Possibly the most famous dramatic monologue in the English language, "My Last Duchess" features a character based roughly on a real Duke, Alfonso II, Duke of Ferrara.

    Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess"

    Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • This poem is a commentary of what I have observed from interactions in online chat rooms and dating sites. Sometimes these encounters lead to true love but more often than not situations like this.

    Tell Me, Tell Me, Tell Me Do - a Poem

    Tell Me, Tell Me, Tell Me Do - a Poem

    by John Hansen55

  • A story in poetry of a love that lasted more than fifty years but lost to circumstance in a cruel twist of fate.

    Songless Bird Without a Wing

    Songless Bird Without a Wing

    by Jackie Lynnley29

  • Sometimes break-ups bring with them feelings of missing the one you love

    Forever Missing You

    Forever Missing You

    by Gypsy Rose Lee11

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  • The First snow of winter. Clean white snow that covers everything.

    A Blanket of White

    A Blanket of White

    by Terrie Lynn9

  • The speaker in Barrett Browning's Sonnet 14 insists that her paramour love her only for the sake of love and not for any qualities that she possesses, such as her smile or the way she speaks.

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 14

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 14

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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  • Ai Haiku poetry created for the digital age.

    Ai Haiku 1

    Ai Haiku 1

    by hallamerican0

  • Former poet laureate Rita Dove offers a unique three-pronged expression of the mind and vision of an adolescent girl in her "Adolescence" poems.

    Rita Dove's "Adolescence I, II, III"

    Rita Dove's "Adolescence I, II, III"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • A Poem about the hardships that come with old age that I have observed having been in the company in recent times, of people who are advanced in years.

    The Old People: A Poem

    The Old People: A Poem

    by David Edward Lynch4

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  • This became a "Hot Potato" game with Vampires dark but had a delicious blood flow only if you were in the Hub sitting and passing this Hot Potato it was so deep in her mind. Don't look behind

    Blood Potato Conscience

    Blood Potato Conscience

    by Robin Carretti4

  • The speaker in Amy Lowell's poem, "Fireworks," creates a drama featuring rage. This rage is displayed in images that resemble a fireworks display on the Fourth of July in the United States.

    Amy Lowell's "Fireworks"

    Amy Lowell's "Fireworks"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • February is Black History Month, a good time to look at some of the African American poets whose works lit up the American literary scene in early and middle 20th century.

    Poets of the Harlem Renaissance

    Poets of the Harlem Renaissance

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

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