The eagle is the king of birds, being able to soar higher and for longer than any other. Because of this it is seen as being closer to God and sometimes a symbol to represent the Lord himself.
A winter forest stroll led me on a spirited search. It began when I noticed a face on a tree trunk that reminded me of a deceased loved on. Magical through rhythm and rhyme with a moving ending!
William Cowper’s “The Negro’s Complaint” features seven octave-stanzas and speaks in first person from the point of view of an African slave questioning the motives of his captors.
Original poems about birds. How different birds inspire different kinds of poetry.
Tribute poem to my father on the anniversary of his passing.
Interpretations of the poems "I, too, Sing America," by Langston Hughes, and "I Hear America Singing," by Walt Whitman. Also, an examination of how these two texts interact.
This is an esoteric analysis of a magnificent poem about the Love of God.
A poem a day for my wife for as long as I can.
When inspiration does not come, I go for a walk, go to the movies, talk to a friend, let go… The muse is bound to return again, especially if I turn my back! ~Judy Collins
Juliet Wilson is an aspiring poet in West Palm Beach, Florida. She encourages people through her poems to use their gifts to inspire others.