It can happen: someone is more famous forever written word except poetry. This is true when it concerns the literary works of Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894). He is mostly remembered for his books “Treasure Island”and “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.” But he also wrote some beautiful poems, such as “My shadow.”
She was considered to be one of a kind, during the time she lived. She was able to write and publish in a time when women weren’t supposed to do so. She was the first African-American poetess whose work got published. This is the poem “An hymn to the morning” by Phillis Wheatley.
From time to time, The Ministry of Poetic Affairs translates some Dutch poems into English and analyses these poems. This isn’t any different with the poem by Jan Kal (born 1946) entitled “Mont Ventoux.” This mountain is related to a sporting event that is known all over the world.