This is a translated version of the poem written by Louise Labé.
This is the translation of the poem “En paz” by Amado Nero.
Dante Alighieri is well-known for his “La Divina Commedia.” During his life, he wrote more. This is the poem “Love and the gentle heart.”
There are many reasons to write poetry. Love is one of these reasons. When it concerns a lost love, it can lead to poems such as “Lolotte, who attires my hair,” written by Jessie Redmon Fauset.
“Grotesque” is about the inevitability of death. In the same way, it’s a poem that is sort-off obstinant when it comes to good in life. An interesting poem was written by Amy Lowell (1874 – 1925).
Love can be overwhelming. That’s what Allen Ginsberg stressed out in the poem “Song.” A poem about his deepest feelings on how much weight this can be for the heart.
Being alone isn’t for everyone. There are those moments when you’re confronted with strong emotions. On the other hand, there is a great way to hide your emotions from others. So, you only cry when you’re alone. That is what this poem by Tupac is about.
If we decide that a song text is a poem, then there would be no problem for this “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” written by Julia Ward Howe This is one of the most patriotic anthems there is. Let’s consider it as a song and a poem. There is a good reason to treat it as a poem!
Poetry doesn’t always need to rhyme. Some poets swear this is never supposed to be. Others do believe a poem should rhyme. Whatever your opinion might be on this, the poem “Sea Shell” is an example of poetry that doesn’t rhyme. This is free verse and there is nothing wrong with this poetic expression!
A magical place or landscape, where fairies live. With a sense of drama. That is the setting that Edgar Allan Poe offered in the poem “Fairy-land.”