Atwood's piece features a surrealistic drama that reduces the cowboy to a straw man, as the speaker vents her rage against a fantasy.
Some of our favorite Mother Goose nursery rhymes we learned as children were originally written as secret and subversive messages for their time.
Seasons of life is what they are. Our summer's filled with laughter and sunshine. Blossoms and green grass make up our Spring. The autumn leaves of red, brown and gold give us Fall. Snowy days and hot...
As the capital city of Scotland Edinburgh has enjoyed many royal visits from its reigning monarch in modern times. But probably none so remarkable than that of the state occasion of the arrival of King George IV to the...
A simple rhyme of fantasies crashed and hopes dashed, when love dies out and delusions cloud reality.
The flippant and flawed piece, "The Hymn of a Fat Woman," puts on display the cluelessness of a speaker who tries to excuse her own corpulence by demeaning slim women saints.
A fear of snake remedy put in a creative writing rhyme that is sure to free you of a snake phobia. You may believe this is a bit of literary nonsense or a nonsensical rhyme.
Are you tired of seeing boys in pants to their knees and their underwear waving gleefully? Then this poem is for you.
Scientist say if you talk to a flower it will grow. So I thought what if they had thoughts since they grow when we talk to them. So I wrote this poem what a flower would think when we talk to them.
Poet Charles Bernstein wants a “poetry that is bad for you.” So he has written “The Ballad of the Girlie Man,” a superb example of poem that is certainly bad for poetry.