A personal experience with life.
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.
Rudyard Kipling's poem, "Tomlinson," dramatizes the scriptural concept of Karma, the principle that humans reap what they sow.
After 10 years of marriage, a couple drifts apart. He gathers up his belongings to leave the house for the last time, broken hearted.
The beauty of the black skin. (An Epigram)
France is a lovely, beautiful country. The language is poetic, the people are intriguing, the food is superb and the countryside is filled with flowers and trees and lovely landscapes, perfect for a Monet painting. I have always loved France since...
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.
A narrative poem about the endless love of a Grandmother who raised her Granddaughter, because the child was born to a drug addicted Mother.
This is an analysis of a literary work, written by Anna Letitia Barbauld.
A poem about the sun and its hidden creative side. Also, information on personification.