Continuing her lamentations over the gap in the societal station between her suitor and herself, the speaker wonders if she has anything to offer the suitor.
Limericks to make you laugh from famous poets to everyday people
The speaker emphasizes the true use of each human faculty: eyes, hands, feet, ears, reason, will, feeling, and love.
Do you remember Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame? Do you know who took his place?
This is an esoteric analysis of a magnificent poem about the Love of God.
Though i did not expect you, it was never a mistake Sure it was a challenge, one i was willing to take. I thought i was in love i wanted to believe
I see so many things in you. I see you in so many things.
A short poem I wrote to honour Nellieanna Hay who offered me friendship, encouragement and the impetuous to continue writing on Hub Pages at a stage when I was considering throwing in the towel.
The bastard from the bush is a very dirty poem by the famous Australian poet Banjo Paterson, who is on our Australian $10 note. I want to tell you a clean story first about one of the characters I knew when I grew up in the bush. He was Irish,...
Read the inspirational poem by Marianne Williamson, featured in the movie Coach Carter, that has reached widespread acclaim.