"Man is a rational animal." But unless he uses his faculty of thinking he is not different than other living beings.
A young architect narrates his visit to an old mansion and all that unusual happened with him.
The graveyard is the last abode of all, the rich or the poor: the weak or the strong; famous or infamous; virtuous or wicked; all share the same floor.
Nature is the master artist. Each of his creation is a unique masterpiece. Whatever he creates, it is bestowed with beauty by the mastery of the genius. So he is the main source of inspiration for all the artists existed in history of mankind.
Man is mortal but behaves like immortal. Strange enough, prophet after prophet descend upon the earth to preach man the apparent truth that he shouldn't behave like immortal. They have been warning him of the doomsday! Now scientists are predicting of the approaching Doomsday!
Human Life is like a voyage across a rough sea. And all of us are bound to go through it, no matter whether we like to or not. Most of us pass it grudgingly and make it a tragedy. While a few face it bravely and enjoy it fully!
William Blake's well known poem "Tyger" is a mystery in itself. We read it without understanding it conclusively yet we enjoy reading it and experience a sense of comprehension. It is evident that the poem appeals more to the soul than to the mind.
Poem teaches us to be optimistic at any situation
This an essay with an autobiographic note highlighting that our happiness depends on our perspective.
What is love? We all love? We all feel it. But non could define it. It is incorporeal. It is not comprehensible. But is everywhere.
William Blake was a multi-talented artist of the eighteenth century who was divinely gifted. He was much more ahead of his time so was not understood by the contemporaries. Here a recap of his life and work.
John Keats, the distinguishing figure of the Romantic era, lived a short but a romantic life no less than his poetry. Here a glimpse of his exciting life story.