Poetry Month Poem # 28
This could also be The Tail Weaver I suppose
What has reading a poem meant in your life? Was your love of reading or writing poems born out of coping with tragedy or loss? In this hub, I will speak on how poetry changes lives.
The epitaph,“Benjamin Fraser” from Masters’ Spoon River Anthology, allows the serial rapist/murderer to dramatize his unsavory character.
Water Night's words are from a poem by Octavio Paz, and Whitacre brings out the beauty of his words with his stunning composition. This is an analysis of the lyrics and sonic qualities of the piece.
James Weldon Johnson's speaker dramatizes his amazement that slaves could have produced a music that would uplift of a entire race from debasement to spiritual attunement.
Plastic pollution is a worldwide environmental problem that is a danger to marine life, including seabirds, turtles and whales, and plastic has entered the food chain so is also a danger to humans.
How relevant are the English Romantic poets in today's world? They help us keep a sense of proportion and rootedness. They help us see the wonder of nature with clearer eyes
"My beauty will last as long as I live; No dwindling of charm you will see. I have found a way to boost my appeal As the years take their toll on me." I think that other women feel the same way.
The speaker in Linda Pastan's poem, "Traveling Light," uses preparation for a short journey to dramatize the guesswork involved in prediction.