Sometimes it doesn’t take that many words to come up with a good poem. A poem that will be read long after you’re dead. The American poet Walt Whitman proved this with the poem “To you.” Another fine example of free verse.
Although she never included titles in her poems, this one is known as Poem 2 – “There is another sky.” This poem is an outcry by Emily Dickinson, to convince her brother to move back to the town she lived in. Or is it?
The beautiful things in life are endless. Conrad Aiken wrote about this in the poem “All lovely things.” Just like many of the other poems written by this American poet, it was inspired by Symbolism.
A poem written by Oscar Wilde.