Dark Romanticism. That is a good description of the category in which the work Edgar Allan Poe (1809 – 1849) belongs. “The valley of unrest” is a poem with one stanza, that is about a place where you normally wouldn’t find bustle or noise (unrest): a cemetery.
As not everyone in this world can understand the Dutch language, it was a good idea to translate some of the work written by the Belgian poet Paul van Ostaijen. This makes the work of this abstract poet more accessible.
Emily Brontë is considered as one of the greatest British poets ever lived. In times of darkness, you can always turn to her for comfort. Poems such as “Hope” inspire, motivate and do what the title tells us: give hope or just hope.