The word Elegy has been derived from the Greek word elegeia, which is further derived from the word elegos, meaning a mournful poem. According to Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, elegy means a poem or a song of sorrow, especially for the dead.
''We Are Alive After Separating From You'' In this poem, the poet splits from his girlfriend and tries to put the pain he feels at the time. He writes that pain.
Coming to terms with infertility entails a process of overcoming sadness and acceptance of a painful reality. The challenges of this unique type of loss are expressed in a poem of hope and self-love.
The poem 'Chimney Sweeper' was written by William Blake, who is described as a romantic poet. He is a British. The poem describes about the life and feelings of a chimney sweeper.
There are many who cannot articulate to themselves or to their loved one how they feel at the time of loss, of painful separation. I wrote this for them.... I wrote this for me...
Analysis of Ingeborg Bachman's post-war poem "Early Noon." Bachmann was an Austrian poet who used her work to criticize the events of the war and the Nazi regime. Themes in this work include the possibility of healing and reconciliation, the legacy of war, and the poet's social responsibility.
Inspired by Frank Atanacio’s “That Thousand Yard Stare” and as I put a comment there I realize that would be the first lines of this poem about the homeless street minister and the feelings of dispair
This poem is written in memory of my friend Charleen, a caring, loving person. Admired and respected by all, she was always ready with a smile and kind word. Praying and singing is how I remember her.
Poem based on - spring the time of year when cherry blossoms flower is supposed to be a happy time, but sometimes such beauty blends with the sadness we are feeling - read the poem here -