Robert Frost's dialogue poem features a country man mulling over whether to sell some of his fir trees to a city merchant looking for Christmas trees to sell in the city.
Onomatopoeia -- so hard to spell, and so fun to use. Find out what exactly onomatopoeia is and how to use it. Literary examples of onomatopoeia included.
R. S. Gwynn's conflation of several sources—the Snow White story, the seven deadlies, biblical allusion, along with a tortured take on Catholicism—purports to portray dysfunctional marriage.
Robert Frost's "The Fear" is a dramatic, narrative poem featuring a narrator and four characters—a husband, the only named character, a wife, a man, and the man’s son who does not speak.
This poem tells the life story of any oak tree as progress and development encroaches on its environment.
Rudyard Kipling's poem, "Tomlinson," dramatizes the scriptural concept of Karma, the principle that humans reap what they sow.
A thirtysomething year old, beautiful, talented, productive woman deserves a celebration in her honor for being the lovely individual that she is. The birthday poem and blessings say it all.
Poem inspired by the meeting of river and sea as seen by the seaside on the south-west of England, along with another poem about the seaside and its visitors. We see a little of the local area too. I hope you enjoy the visit!
Buck Ramsey's "Christmas Waltz" dramatizes a holiday celebration on the ranch.
What if that tree you bought at the flea market turned out to be an invasive species? Here's how to find out. A true story with an original poem.