The poem Sailing to Byzantium was written by William Butler Yeats in 1927. One year later, the poem was published in the book The Tower. This is a poem that he left his country and was never to return. A poem that reflected the state of his soul, according to what he told the BBC in 1931.
It’s not every day that we receive a well-written description of a poem. At least, one that is longer than the information about the poetess or poet who wrote the poem. Ojasvi Nakra sends us her first poem on Instagram.
The poem Women’s Rights, written by Annie Louisa Walker, was written at a time when her country did not offer the same rights to her as a woman. Times changed in Great Brittan, but not everywhere. Since the poem is written, many countries witnessed the emancipation of women. There are still many counties, where the rights of women aren’t fully respected.
The pome “A crazed girl” by William Butler Yeats is the sad story of his relationship with Margot Ruddock. This poem tells us, about the relationship with someone who was considered as mentally unstable.
The poem Picture frame is written by the Nigerian poet Banji Coker. This poet was nominated in the category Best Student Poet of the Swaap Awards. This is his poem about how not only people can change, but things can also change.
We all heard the stories about racial incidents. Or rather: discrimination. Based on her own experiences, Alexa Fortune decided to pen down her feelings about what she has been through, many times during her life. This is what she calls a “raw piece.”
In 1903 William Butler Yeats wrote the poem Adam’s curse. This poem was first published in 1904. This poem is about the creating of something beautiful. A magnificent poem that is more than one hundred years old, but hasn’t lost its strength.
We have published the poem “When you are old” by William Butler Yeats before on our website. This poem was published because we noticed that someone plagiarised this beautiful poem. Now it’s time to analyse this poem.
There are poems and there are Poems. There are love and Love. Notice the capitalizations in this introductory text. They are there for a good reason, this is William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 65 and this is about Love, with a capital L!
He has been one of the poets, who provides us with so many beautiful poems! He continues to do this, even in 2018. This is the poem “We must create trust.” A poem was written by the American poet Zac Brown.
What better way to start the new year with a new month filled with poems of and backgrounds about one of the greatest poets ever lived? In the first month of 2018, we commemorate William Butler Yeats. This is the poem “To a young beauty. “
The poem “Monna Innominata” is also known under the titles “I wish I could remember the first day” and “The first day.” What better way to start the new year with this poem. Since this first day is the beginning of something new.
The clock struck twelve in our part of the world. Maybe we are running behind on your schedule or maybe we are ahead on your timetable. That doesn’t matter, right? The Ministry of Poetic Affairs wishes everyone a Happy New Year. A year of prosperity, love, freedom and all things positive! And also a year filled with inspiration to write poetry!