A quick personal viewpoint on how some are chained by personal judgments on a few topics. This is my view alone on how sometimes we think of ourselves as free but in reality we chain ourselves in our own judgment. I'm just of guilty of it as anyone however...
My deathography, or in other words, my experiences with death. Death; my greatest fear.
Learning responsibility through a pet!
A very quick summary and analysis of the play The Glass Menagerie.
Children pick up easily on our biased behavior, they pick up on how we classify other's. How do they see it? Are all children the same to them? Read Gwendolyn Brooks' poem "a song in the front yard" to find out!
Sometimes we get held up by what we thought we could accomplish, what we thought we could do. We get stuck in the past, holding onto what is no more...
Need an example of how to locate imagery in a poem! I'm using Roethke's "Root Cellar" as an example. He uses such vivid language to let us into his work.
Multiple meanings of Roethke's poem "My Papa's Waltz", including some technique's used.
In Rememberance of the Connecticut shooting.
Stephen King is a popular macabre author today, Edgar Allan Poe was a popular macabre author of yesterday....but are they comparable?
Susan Glaspell’s play Trifles contains so many pieces of symbolism. They play is a story of an oppressed housewife breaking free once pushed to her breaking point. It shows how woman’s views and duties were thought of in the past and how easily a woman was overlooked. Nonetheless, Minnie...
Emily Dickinson lived a sheltered and lonely life, yet she was just like us. In this one particular poem she wraps up most of our own personal questions about this life in three short stanzas. Also, like us, the big world answers never come for her either.
Thinking about owning a pet rat? Want to know how easy it can be? I will lay down some quick facts and tips on owning your first long tailed friend.