This is an analysis of a literary work, written by Anna Letitia Barbauld.
There is something about the Tango that recalls the narrow alleys, the stolen intimacy and the closeness of space while dreaming of heaven...
What would a tree feel when spring turns to summer and summer cools to fall which turns to winters freezing winds? Here are my thoughts on the subject.
Chapman's "Christmas Shopping at Cactus Center" dramatizes a humorous story featuring a "drug store toilet set," the new school teacher, and a free-for-all that she did not appreciate.
A true story of a Mother's heavenly visit to her youngest daughter who is grieving her death
A poem about the sun and its hidden creative side. Also, information on personification.
Robert Hayden's other-worldly speaker is an alien being who has come to Earth, particularly to the United States of America, to study the inhabitants.
The speaker of John Greenleaf Whittier's "The Mystic's Christmas" understands fully the meaning of Christmas, the soul-significance of the Christ-Consciousness.
This poem tells the life story of any oak tree as progress and development encroaches on its environment.