The speaker in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's sonnet 32 finds her confidence first enlarging and then shrinking again on her journey through the adventure of love.
Do you really love your girlfriend or wife ? Now it’s time to impress her with short and sweet love poems from the heart for your girlfriend that will make her cry.
Found poetry, which can also be a form a visual poetry, is when you take an exististing text and rearrange it, highlight it, cut it out, or in some other way alter it to make an original poem.
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.
The name of the poet is unknown, but it was translated by John L. Foster; this poem offers a glimpse of an ancient culture. Because it is a translation, its accuracy cannot be affirmed.
Edgar Lee Masters’ speaker in "Aner Clute" compares her choosing "the life" to a boy stealing an apple from a grocery store.
The speaker in Hayden's "Monet's Waterlilies" finds solace while viewing the artistry of the French Impressionist, Claude Monet.
Rabindranath Tagore's poem,"The Journey," appears in his most widely-known collection titled Gitanjali. The poet was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1913, specifically for this collection.
The speaker in Rita Dove's "My Mother Enters the Work Force" dramatizes the irony of all the "work" her mother did before she actually "entered the work force."
The speaker finally capitulates to the all consuming love that she has tried to deny herself, allowing herself only a speck of doubt.