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The speaker in Johnson's sonnet, "Mother Night," likens his own existence and protection to that of the planets—all are created and protected by the same Divine Entity.
Ann Stanford's "The Beating" dramatizes a severe beating.
Paramahansa Yogananda’s poem, “God! God! God!,” dramatizes the speaker’s one-pointed concentration on the Divine from waking, through daily activities, to sleeping.
Thanksgiving prayers that show thanks for your food in a funny thanksgiving poem or grace. 12 funny prayers can be used as a Easter prayer, Christmas prayer, dinner prayers, prayer before meals...
Karen Connelly's "The Story" exemplifies the godless horror experienced by the individual that has no inkling of his/her true self.
The speaker in Sonnet 13 muses on the idea of composing a verse about her newly found emotion of love, but she hesitates for she fears touching the grief that still molests her.
"Lucifer" is an interesting word that is used to represent both good and evil. In this article I explore the meaning of the word by using prose and a poem that I wrote. The creation of the article was triggered by a writing challenge established in April, which is National Poetry Month.
In this American (Innovative) sonnet, “Herbert Marshall,” the speaker is responding to the report delivered by “Louise Smith,” the speaker of the preceding epitaph.
Poetry during the Colonial Period was usually devotional or metaphysical in nature.